Ex Machina

Ex Machina

Ex Machina

Crossvertical compound IoT applications Combine your domain expertise with our flexible IoT platform to maximize your success. Smart Refrigeration Smart Agriculture SmartAirport Smart Shipping Smart Parking Smart City Smart Energy
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Five Years Ago, ‘Ex Machina’ Showed Us a New Sci-Fi Nightmare

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Ex Machina director Alex Garland’s next film will hit theaters on February 23rd

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Oscar Isaac is joining Annihilation, the new sci-fi movie from Ex Machina's director

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Ex Machina wins the Oscar for Best Visual Effects

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Artificial Intelligence in Avengers and Ex Machina: Time to Be Afraid?

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More human than human: the making of Ex Machina’s incredible robot

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Why you shouldn't let the super-intelligent machines in 'Ex Machina' and 'The Avengers' freak you out

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Sci-Fi Films Need More Big Ideas Like Ex Machina's

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You Need to Get to Know Ex Machina's Alicia Vikander

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Ex Machina’s Stars Talk About Cinematic Robots And “Bro Billionaires”

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Ex Machina Has a Serious Fembot Problem

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Ex Machina's Director on Why A.I. Is Humanity's Last Hope

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The robot from Ex Machina is now a personal assistant on LinkedIn

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'Ex Machina' viral marketing campaign trolls Tinder while winning SXSW

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Ex Machina Director Alex Garland Talks Artificial Intelligence And His Unsettling Robot Ava

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Studio promotes Ex Machina at SXSW with a fake Tinder account

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Bodies electric: Ex Machina twists the history of sexy robots

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Machine anxiety: a chat with Ex Machina director Alex Garland

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Watch the first trailer for sci-fi thriller Ex Machina

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Watch the trailer for 'Ex Machina,' a sci-fi thriller from the writer of '28 Days Later'