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9:00 PM RISE OF THE MACHINES
12:00 AM RISE OF THE MACHINES
FOR TV HIGHLIGHTS CONSIDERATION:
"RISE OF THE MACHINES":
All around us, there's a technological revolution underway powered by devices as small as a grain of rice. They are sensors, capable of tracking and recording everything we do. They're in our smartphones, our cars, our appliances, even our bodies, and they're connected to the Internet to share information and make our world smarter. Virtually all products that use electricity – from toasters and coffeemakers to jet engines and MRIs – now have the ability to "talk" to each other, and to us. And, what they have to say is profoundly transforming our lives - the way we travel, treat disease, and enjoy our homes. Today, there are more devices than people connected to the Internet, and that number is expected to rise to 25 billion by 2015.
In this one-hour documentary, CNBC correspondent Melissa Lee experiences firsthand the impact of this brave new world - its promise and its perils – and discovers how the future of the Internet has already arrived. CNBC explores how the widespread availability of diagnostic sensors is not only changing healthcare and saving the lives of premature infants, but transforming industry and improving the safety and efficiency of our railways and jetliners. Lee takes a ride in a driverless car to see how cameras, radar and GPS are used in the quest to fill our freeways with autonomous cars and reduce the number of accidents. Viewers will go inside a home equipped with some 200 sensors which respond to the owner's movements and daily habits. And CNBC travels to Rio de Janeiro, the world's first "smart" city, in the spotlight as it prepares to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.
CNBC's "Rise of the Machines" premieres September 18 at 9PM ET/PT.
Following are some embeddable videos from the documentary:
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