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I've been away on a 2 week vacation and the very first thing I did when I got home is watch the Humans finale...And it didn't disappoint! This show does a wonderful job of comparing and contrasting how synthetic 'Humans' and biological humans evolve in terms of morality - but mostly in terms of Humanitarianism and grappling with the value of life. The character development was stellar - I especially loved the moral conflict that faced Laura (avoiding spoilers).
I agree with @KingKobra - It is a shame AMC didn't promote this show like it does Preacher. But I never understood why SyFy did such a crap job of promoting The Expanse either. I'll never get why these networks make the decisions they do. I truly hope this show continues....
Lo and behold - Just catching up on the latest Westworld podcast 207-Les Escorrches - HUMANS is mentioned at 1:48:35 as a potentially good show for the depiction of AI. What I am loving in HUMANS is the evolution of emotional intelligence in the green-eyed synths. The awareness that they are becoming more emotionally invested and that is more 'human' - They embrace it. Interestingly, actual humans do the opposite: The reject their emotional selves. This is a topic I am interested in on due to the fact that I'm a psychotherapist. And it can be a hazard when watching any program since I'll analyze a pizza pie.