In the war zones of Mosul and Raqqa, then in Paris during the Yellow Vests uprising, the director confronts Sota, an AI robot, with the tragedy of mankind. As the story unfolds, a relationship develops between man and machine questioning our human condition and future.
Director Florent Marcie discovers an artificial intelligence robot named Sota at a trade show in Malaysia. He takes Sota to battlefields in Mosul, Iraq and Raqqa, Syria, and protests by the Yellow Vest Movement in France where he films the scenes and his conversations with the robot. This documentary looks at the tragedy of war that began with human selfishness through the eyes of intelligent technology capable of machine learning. At the same time, the fearless cameras that captured the scene in the middle of the battlefield ask the following questions about the technology that can change the future of mankind—what is the technology for mankind, how can it change us, and in which direction should we go? [Sung MOON]
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