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Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly affects us, often without knowing it. Cinema has been using AI to explore ideas of the future since the early movies. Lately some high-profile people have been warning the public about the dangers of uncontrolled AI. Are they right? The theme of the event is possible modes of interaction between intelligent (eg. human level) AI and humans.
Disability Research Edinburgh (DRE) invites you for a film screening and open discussion of the documentary Accsex, a warmhearted documentary about sexuality and disability. The film takes place in India, New Dheli and shares with us the story of four protagonists (see synopsis below). We will have an open discussion with the film maker Shweta Ghosh after the film screening. Food and refreshments will be provided. The whole event is for free.
Beautiful. Ugly. Complete. Incomplete. Able. Disabled.
The Festival of Creative Learning has partnered with Magma Poetry on a collaborative project in which 4 students from the prestigious Edinburgh College of Art Film Directing MFA/MA and students from the Edinburgh Movie Production Society (EMPS) have teamed up with poets who were specially selected by Magma editors. The filmmakers chose poems from a shortlist and have been using them to create original film poems.
‘Defiant lives’ (Sarah Barton, 2016) is a film, telling the story of the disability rights movement in the United States, Britain and Australia, using archival footage and interviews with activists.
For more information about the film see https://defiantlives.com/