Lights, Cameras, Robots — Amazed and Amused at SCALL Institute On Artificial Intelligence — Lively Video Montages

It is now a given that what we think of as “AI”  is simply software which has not yet become so  pervasive that it is baked into our everyday experience.. Yet AI retains a whiff of mystery which begs to be explored and illustrated  through artistic and scientific videos which can range from absurdist to ominous to  visionary. Without any prior coordination 4 out of the 5 panels at the recent SCALL  Institute offered videos to enhance, contrast, amuse or amaze the audience. The Southern California Law Library Association hosted  their annual Institute which focused on “AI and Machine Learning Demystified”  in Santa Barbara at the Hyatt Centric on February 22 and 23rd. I was honored to be invited to give one of the presentations at the Institute. I have reassembled to the best of my ability a representative collection of the videos which were shown at the SCALL Institute. As part of my presentation “Not the robot…

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