UW Psychology research into Brain Interface Technology is included in the film I AM HUMAN, which will be debuting at Tribeca Film festival. Chantel Prat is mentioned as one of the contributors.
I AM HUMAN Debuts At The Tribeca Film Festival, Chronicles Three Subjects With Implantable Brain Interfaces
A female-directed and produced sci-fi documentary, I AM HUMAN explores the co-evolution of humans and technology
In making this film, we realized that real-world brain technology was as compelling as what we see in science fiction.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) MAY 02, 2019
I AM HUMAN , directed and produced by Taryn Southern and Elena Gaby, debuts at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival in New York with a series of screenings on May 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
There are several hundred thousand people in the world with implantable technology in their brains. By the year 2029, that number - based on industry estimations - is expected to triple. The film follows the harrowing and courageous journeys of three of the world's first "cyborgs” and the scientists and entrepreneurs on the cusp of unlocking the secrets of the human brain.
“In making this film, we realized that real-world brain technology was as compelling as what we see in science fiction,” says co-director of I AM HUMAN, Taryn Southern, “but there is a huge disconnect between the dystopian visions popularized in the media and those pioneers on the front lines of exploration and adoption of brain interface technology.”
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