The world's most powerful government versus the internet's most influential whistle-blower site. Is America's war on Wikileaks an attack on journalism and free speech?
America builds a global killing machine using data to identify and take out suspected terrorists. Ben heads to Pakistan to see how the CIA and NSA put together the kill list.
Ben Makuch shows how memes are the alt-right's most powerful weapon in America's online culture war, reshaping the political and ideological landscape. Episode broadcast by SBS on February 2, 2018, as Alt-Right: The Great Meme War.
NATO troops amass along Russia's borders as US officials grapple with Vladimir Putin's election meddling. How will a battle that started in cyberspace play out on the ground?
From Islamabad to Mexico City, host Ben Makuch travels the globe to explore the world's cyber battlegrounds, investigating the cutting-edge weapons being used, and the people on both sides of the conflicts. Russia hacked the 2016 Democratic National Convention to try to influence the US election. Ben travels from DC to Moscow to track down the hackers who actually pulled it off.
SBS VICELAND presents the world premiere of Sex War Robots, an Australian commissioned and produced documentary about the parallel developments in the industries of sex and war, narrated by The Feed's Marc Fennell, Jeannette Francis and Patrick Abboud. According to some, human evolution is due for a reboot and soon enough it will be here. Spearheading towards a future built upon a new kind of civilisation, a robot-human world is rapidly on its way to becoming reality. Combined with biology and technology, those two enduring forces, sex and war, are set up to shape our evolutionary path in the most distorted way that human history have ever seen.
Film director Ron Howard explores the aging process and how a group of scientists believe they have the knowledge to breakthrough how we treat the diseases of aging, and how we can expand the human life span.
We explore how artificial intelligence will change your job as new research shows how much of what you do could be done by robots. From truckies to lawyers and doctors, we bring affected workers face-to-face with AI experts.
Featuring the DC-3. Host Mo Rocca shows us what device is keeping sharks away from swimmers; the video doorbell connected to your smartphone; the history of the DC-3 airliner; and the coating for plastic bottles that gets the last drop.
This is an exclusive look inside a world where white hat hackers search for weakness in bank computers, and ISIS hackers try to recruit suicide bombers to attack a beloved tourist destination.
Drones. They're the piece of future tech that everyone's talking about. Host Chuck Pell discovers how drone technology is saving the lives of thousands in disaster sites around the world. The sky is the limit.
While most people use them for good, in the wrong hands, drones could be weapons of mass destruction. The defence industry are looking for ways to defend against this new threat and it all comes to a head in the week-long game of drones.
Every year, use of electricity grows, taxing our ageing electric grids and leading to blackouts around the world. Now a band of engineers are trying to prove there is a better way to bring power to the people.
Billions are flocking to cities, needing a place to live. Futuristic apartments are being built on assembly lines and the furniture of the future plays hide and seek.
By finding hidden patterns in data, a new form of artificial intelligence predicts the future with incredible accuracy. If we peer into the crystal ball, will we see a world where machines shape the future?
From self-driving cars to Siri, a race is on to build more powerful Artificial Intelligence. But some warn we could be programming our own extinction.
The wars of the future might be fought with autonomous machines, drones and weapons that can act on their own. Ben investigates whether it's okay to write code that can kill.
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