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AI Documentary Series with Robert Downey Jr Debuts Day 18 on YouTube

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Série documental sobre IA com Robert Downey Jr estreia dia 18 no YouTube

YouTube will launch next week, more precisely on December 18th, the documentary series The Age of AI, original production presented by Robert Downey Jr that discusses the evolution of artificial intelligence. The show will feature eight episodes, with each party being released for free on the weekly video site. For those who subscribe to YouTube Premium, you will be able to view the full program on the day of the arrival of the first chapter.

According to the company, free and ad distribution will be available for a limited time. So the tip for anyone interested in the documentary series is to keep an eye on the YouTube Originals not to miss the release of the episodes. As YouTube describes, the production will address innovations and technologies involved in artificial intelligence that are changing the world.

Each of the episodes will bring guests, such as scientists and industry experts, to comment on the evolution of artificial intelligence and the impacts of this trend on industry and society. The trailer above shows a preview of what the public can expect from the episodic documentary series.

It is noteworthy that Robert Downey Jr's choice to present The Age of AI was not by chance. In addition to the actor being on the rise in recent years, the artist's main role in the last decade has been Tony Stark, the scientist behind the hero Iron Man and who, in Marvel feature films and comics, specializes in artificial intelligence – he even gives life to a robot that wants to decimate humanity in the movies.

Are you going to watch The Age of AI on YouTube? What did you think about the production proposal? Leave your opinion in the comments!

Via: Engadget


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