HU­MANS SEA­SON 2

Ama­zon

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lf you missed the sec­ond sea­son

of AMC's HU­MANS, now you can binge this on Ama­zon. Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence blends ef­fort­lessly with hu­mans in the series that show­cases the depth of its AI char­ac­ters and its im­pact on hu­man lives. Th­ese syn­thetic (synths for short) be­ings have be­come fully in­te­grated into a num­ber of roles that al­low hu­mans to fo­cus on other tasks. This in­te­gra­tion is made palat­able due to the nat­u­ral look of the synths (al­though there are slight dif­fer­ences that sep­a­rate them from their hu­man coun­ter­parts.

The series fo­cuses on the so­ci­o­log­i­cal el­e­ment of this sym­bi­otic re­la­tion­ship which in­cludes how a trou­bled mar­riage sur­vives when a synth is in the home, when a hu­man mother is un­able to cook for her chil­dren like her AI, and how those en­ter­ing the work- force feel re­sent­ment to­wards a synth pop­u­la­tion that is tak­ing their jobs.

In ad­di­tion to th­ese con­cerns, there is the over­ar­ch­ing one that fo­cuses on what synths are, how they be­came con­scious and how their re­la­tion­ship changes with the peo­ple they in­ter­act with. Do they turn on hu­mans, do they be­gin to have in­ter­per­sonal re­la­tion­ships and how they are linked with one an­other?

In the sec­ond sea­son, view­ers will con­tinue to fol­low the jour­ney of the synths as they gain more aware­ness and nav­i­gate an ever chang­ing mod­ern world that con­tin­ues to un­der­stand how to bal­ance the re­la­tion­ships and re­al­i­ties be­tween th­ese co-ex­ist­ing groups.

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