Machine is an Australian documentary film that explores the advantages and disadvantages of artificial intelligence as machines using artificial intelligence evolve, posing the question, "What makes humanity special?"
The film contains themes including a surgical procedure on the brain, the effects of war - including archival footage of deceased humans - and the use of robots developed for sex.
The film contains violence in the form of bots attacking human beings resulting in a visual of a deceased male lying on the ground with blood under his head.
The film contains references to sexual activity between humans and robots.
The film contains use of the word "damn."
The film includes depictions of nudity presented in the form of anatomically correct sex robots. This nudity includes breasts as well as male and female genitalia.
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