- Not a dilemma 9/9/2020 12:00:00 AM by spavaai
It's partly unbelievable a documentary like this has not aired yet. Albeit not perfect in execution - the acted part is underwhelming - it is a definite eye opener and should be watched by teens, parents, entrepreneurs, politicians and everybody else.
- Makes you question everything 9/9/2020 12:00:00 AM by helgidavidsson
This film is very confusing but also makes perfect sense at the same time. The idea is that we are all fighting against AI every single day through our phones, and it keeps dividing us as a society. It is a perspective I have not come across and I think the execution of the film defining the problem is excellent.
- Smug Lefties... 9/9/2020 12:00:00 AM by bsant54
That think people are in general stupid, unaware of their surroundings or what is happening on screen.
It was OK but for the most part stating the obvious, in a smug way, borderline superior.
Gave it a 7 because someone is talking about this. Lots of simplistic examples with few solutions other than get off social media.
And the "control room" guys, I've seen better high school skits than that.
- Hypocritical tendencies 9/9/2020 12:00:00 AM by raffaalig
This show put the importance of knowing both sides of a coin into the foreground but then only talk about the bad stuff the digital age brought us. They literally mentioned the pros of modern communication in one single sentence and kept talking about the cons for the remaining 1h 33mins.Obviously they are right with what they are talking about. But there's another side to it. People can connect with oneanother way easier, lonelyness during lockdowns would quite certainly be way worse without modern technology. And there's a lot more positive stuff i could mention.My point is, that it's hypocritical to blame modern media for only presenting their point while doing basically exactly the same.
The show isn't bad, it's an eye opening experience but i wished for a less onesided point of view.
- Well worth the watch! 9/9/2020 12:00:00 AM by Clairet-605-360807
Enlightening, thought-provoking, disturbing and ultimately, a call to action, The Social Dilemma (and the group behind it), will, hopefully, prove to be a turning point in our interaction with technology... and technology's interaction with us.