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Anyone concerned about the rapid infiltration of technology into every aspect of daily life is unlikely to be further troubled by “AI Amok.”

Set in 2030, this dopey sci-fi flick depicts a near-future Japan in which people have entrusted their health, bank accounts and home appliances to a benevolent artificial intelligence system, named Nozomi after its creator’s late wife. Its architect, Kosuke Kiryu (Takao Osawa), left the country after the system went online — already too late, alas, to save his beloved spouse from cancer.

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