Takumi : A 60,000 Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft

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Takumi: A 60,000 Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft

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Takumi : A 60,000 Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft

Release Date: March 19, 2019

Year    :   2019
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Genres    :   Documentary
Production Companies    :   Saville Productions
Director    :   Clay Jeter
Producers    :   Daniela Humlova, Rupert Maconick, Dave Bedwood, James Miller, Andy Roberts
Writers    :   Dave Bedwood
RunTime    :   54 mins.

There is a popular theory that it takes at least 10,000 hours of focused practice for a human to become expert in any field. In Japan, there are craftspeople who go far beyond this to reach a special kind of mastery. These people are called Takumi and they devote 60,000 hours to their craft. That's 8 hours a day, 240 days a year, for over 30 years. It's an almost superhuman level of dedication to a life of repetition and no shortcuts. This film asks the question: Will human craft disappear as artificial intelligence reaches beyond our limits?


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