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The Future Starts Here: Robots, Botox, and Google Glass

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10 November 2014



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Why do we fall in love with some technologies, while others creep us out?  Unravelling this mystery leads Ken Goldberg and Tiffany Shlain to vampires, zombies, and Sigmund Freud. Their new 5-minute documentary film combines cultural references with found footage to explore our ongoing fascination with unfamiliarity.

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Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker and founder of the Webby Awards.
Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker and founder of the Webby Awards.

Ken Goldberg is a roboticist and artist.
Ken Goldberg is a roboticist and artist.





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