In Whose Image? Exploring Questions Raised in Film about Our Humanity in an Artificial Intelligence Era

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In Whose Image? Exploring Questions Raised in Film about Our Humanity in an Artificial Intelligence Era
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As part of "In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities," a virtual conference exploring the critical intersection between the humanities and artificial intelligence, gather with us for a panel discussion featuring: Marsha Gordon, Professor of Film Studies, North Carolina State University; Wesley Hogan, Director, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University; and Natalie Bullock Brown, Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, North Carolina State University.

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