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Source:  The Verge

We’re in a dark moment for the tech industry: a time when some new technologies have been adopted recklessly and backfired terribly, and others have developed far more slowly than their creators hoped.

Against the backdrop of this pessimism, a film like “I Am Human” — a fundamentally optimistic documentary about neuroscience and brain medicine — feels surprisingly refreshing.

“I Am Human” is a moving trio of narratives about people who are trying to overcome serious physical limitations with cutting-edge brain science.

The debut feature from Taryn Southern and Elena Gaby offers an accessible look at a complicated subject — even if it occasionally succumbs to unnecessary hype.

“I Am Human” recently screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Read the story at The Verge.

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