Golam Rabbani is a Canadian-Bangladeshi researcher of culture and creativity. He teaches at Toronto Metropolitan University and holds a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies.
Junior Contributor II
Movies and Media as the Source of AI Phobia
While AI scientists and technology specialists are signalling AI’s ambiguous and unpredictable consequences, they constantly stress that we should not be anxious about AI. However, movies and media narratives sometimes promote AI phobia. The embedded messages of many films are how human flaws destroy civilizations through AI. But the collective focus of the audience may see AI as an entity causing massive anxiety and fear. We can discuss how AI is portrayed in films and media, especially now that AI tools like ChatGPT are causing interesting discussions worldwide.
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