Artificial Intelligence documentaries you should watch

Artificial Intelligence documentaries you should watch

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Artificial intelligence is a relevant topic in the 21st century.

Nowadays, movies have been released putting forward robots with skills equal or even superior (emotionally, physically...) to those of humans; Robots that care about the environment and others capable of destroying the whole earth. These movies were born not from the creativity of scientists but the fruits of increasingly creative directors asking themselves a series of "What if".

Today, I propose you to have a more critical look and to watch some documentaries that relate the facts about a society that is more and more digitalized and for which AI is a daily life companion. These documentaries will allow you to be more open and to understand the world around us and the changes that are taking place.


Human examines how Artificial intelligence impacts technology and human lives. It opens with the famous Stephen Hawking quote: "Success in creating Artificial Intelligence would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last."

At this turning point in history, very few people truly understand AI’s full potential or can see clearly what is coming our way. iHuman goes inside the booming AI industry to explore the opportunities and challenges AI presents, investigate the dilemmas experts face as they drive this technology forward, and examine what impact AI is having and will have on the world and our humanity.

Lo and Behold Reveries of the Connected World

This documentary goes back to the origins of the Internet and analyzes the influence of this technological advance on society during its evolution. It covers major topics on robots, artificial intelligence, the web and the internet of things. The documentary goes to meetings of incredible in the field of AI like Elon Musk, Sebastien Thrun, Bob Kahn and others.


Go is a Chinese that originated 3000 years ago and is the oldest board game continuously played. Can a machine play and win Go?

This is the challenge that DeepMind a company owned by Google wanted to relieve. DeepMind decided to prepare its AlphaGo software for the game Go. And, AlphaGo even beat Lee Sedol, the world champion of the game of Go. And AlphaGo even beat the world champion of the game of Go.

The social dilemma

In this documentary, specialists, activists and former employees of technology giants open our eyes to the truth hidden behind our screens. They sound the alarm about some of their inventions, which cause addictions and destabilize democracies.


A documentary in three parts on transhumanism, that is to say, this vision of the future, according to which all technological developments will tend towards a transformation of humanity to create a new type of humanity, intimately involved with technologies: the transhuman. The film addresses the scientific, ethical and metaphysical implications of the latest developments in biogenetics, robotics, artificial intelligence, bionics and nanotechnology.


All these different documentaries allow us to understand the world in which we live and especially the importance of technology in its evolution. After watching it, we are more aware of the actions we take daily.