Courtesy of Sandbox Films

NEW ONLINE RELEASE
In Silico

April 30–May 16

Museum of the Moving Image is pleased to partner with Sandbox Films to bring In Silico directly to Museum members and patrons to view from home.

Order tickets and view here (tickets: $12/ $10 MoMI members). A portion of ticket sales benefits the Museum and its staff.

Dir. Noah Hutton. U.S., 2020, 83 mins. Ten years in the making, In Silico charts a renowned neuroscientist’s decade-long attempts to simulate the human brain on supercomputers. The filmmaker, initially drawn in by the project’s audaciousness, gathers observations and critiques from a range of experts in the field, and must ultimately come to terms with the limitations and his own expectations regarding such an enormous undertaking. In Silico was supported in part by a production grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. View trailer.

“A fascinating window into the trouble grandiose research projects and grandiose personalities can generate.” —Alison Abbott, Nature

On Sunday, May 2 at 6:00 p.m. ET, MoMI hosts a live online discussion and Q&A with director Noah Hutton and renowned neuroscientist and consciousness researcher Christof Koch. RSVP here.