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Humans will always have work to do. But not enough for the seven and half billion that hang around nowadays, and certainly not enough for the thirteen billion which is projected as the stable population in future.
Just as a kitchen knife can be used to cut veggies and also to stab people, AI's final value lies entirely in the hands of the humans who make and own it. It's these wielders of the tool that I don't trust.
Enough gloomy talk for now, I suppose. My cousin is getting himself a "lightweight" gaming laptop. I know where I'm watching Gemini Man :)
Gemini Man should really have come with an introduction. To fully experience it, you need to understand what director Ang Lee is trying to showcase, first.
Ang Lee certainly needs no introduction, but his last project does, perhaps. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk was an expensive dud, but the thing to take here was that it was shot at 120 frames per second (fps), which made it feel jittery and artificially smoothened for a lot of the audience. Lee is back with the same camera, and Gemini Man has also been filmed in 3D at 4K 120 fps - but technology has progressed in the past thre....