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Werner Herzog to the discovery of the Internet: the dawn of the Web to the future of handyman robot

Sep 23, 2016 - lastampa, by Fulvia Caprara

In the new film "Lo and Behold Internet: The future is now" explores ten steps, over 90 minutes, the contemporary digital world

The purity of genius compared to the wonders of the web. The innocence of those who admit using barely mobile phone compared to the certainties of robotics experts as Sebastian Thrun seraphic declaring: "I am convinced that machines can do all that we do." Born in Monaco in 1942, Werner Herzog, the director of "Fitzcarraldo" and '' Enigma of Kaspar Hauser ", launches, with" Lo and Behold Internet: The future is now, "in another of his daring enterprise: "Since my experience with the Internet is pretty limited, maybe i could see the outlines more clearly than they could have done more." In the new film (from October 6 in the film) explores in ten steps, over 90 minutes, the contemporary digital world, making out the most surprising aspects, for better or for worse: "It 'a widespread reality everywhere, so it is natural that creeps even in the dark side of human existence. " 
 
"If the dishwasher were to say that she fell in love and can not do the dishes?"
 
In the film alternates the voices of the heroes of the industry, chosen paving accuracy with which make up the cast of a film. Inventor Elon Musk all'astronoma Lucianne Walkowicz, the physicist and cosmologist Lawrence Krauss King hacker Kevin Mitnick. informal conversations that make up the fresco of a constantly changing reality: 'Everything I've learned as I realized this film - says Herzog - was a surprise for me. I'm full of curiosity Party, awe and excitement, and I dug deep, more everything became enigmatic and exciting .... "  
 
So that "Lo and Behold the Internet: the Future is today" could have a sequel: "There are still many areas of the Internet that fascinate me. I think this could be the first in line tour of its horizons, but out there, there is still much more. "