Anthropomorphic robots are increasingly being introduced into our lives: they meet us at receptions, teach children and even live in families as companions. Scientists are trying to make robots as human-like as possible. At the end of the 80s, scientists, studying the emotional reaction of people to robots, discovered the "sinister valley effect": the most humanoid robots caused people to dislike and even fear. But what will happen when they become indistinguishable from a person? And will they?
DO I LOVE YOU, ROBOT, DO I?
Was born in the city of Asbestos, Sverdlovsk region. Graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of USU and the director's department of VGIK (workshop of non-fiction films of I. A. Grigoriev). In 2011 and 2012, studied screenwriting at Robert McKee seminars. As a director, she has implemented 17 original projects, released more than a dozen television films and programs, many presentation and corporate films and commercials. Finalist of the "TEFI-region" award and three times finalist of the "LAUREL" award.
2008 "Sunny Day"
2009 "In Motion"
2009 "Tied, strapped, happy"
2012 "Movie Mogul"
2013 "About the Hippocratic Oath"
2014 "Childhood on the riverbank"
2015 "Master of the Earth"
2016 "Depth 1080"
2017 "Brain. The second Universe"
2019 "Brain. Evolution"
2021 "Do I love you, robot, do I?"