Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
Frances Dyson, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor in Cinema and Digital Media. Her research areas are focused on sound, new media, and issues relating to technology and concepts of humanism. She often taught Virtuality (TCS 151) which explores the culture underlying the new technologies of virtual environments, telepresence, simulated experience and artificial life, through an analysis of science fiction film, and representations of post-humanism in art and popular culture.
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