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Last in quartet of AI documentary films released

Ghost in the Machine asks the big questions: What is consciousness? Could Artificial Intelligence ever be conscious? Could we even ever prove that it was? And if we could, what would that mean to our society and our future?

This is the last in a quartet of short documentary films made with Cambridge University and international experts discussing topical issues within the field of artificial intelligence. Once you've watched our film, please take a moment to complete our short survey:

Made by Dr Beth Singler (Homerton College and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, both University of Cambridge). Written & Directed by Colin Ramsay & James Uren. A DragonLight Films Production. Co-funded by the Faraday Institute and the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI), with external funding from an ESRC Impact accelerator grant held by the CFI. Special thanks to Jonathan Cornwell and the Science and Human Dimension Project (SHDP).

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