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Actors: Tony Gardner (producer), Michael E. Morales (miscellaneous crew), Vance Hartwell (actor), Stefanie Perez (miscellaneous crew), Athena Stamos (actress), Alina Bolshakova (actress), Trisha Hershberger (actress), Thomas Bangalter (writer), Thomas Bangalter (director), François Choquet (actor), Ritche Lago Bautista (actor), Daniel Doble (actor), Timothy Hampton (miscellaneous crew), Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo (director), Michael Reich (actor),
Plot: Daft Punk's Electroma is an odyssey of two robots who journey across a mythic American landscape of haunting, surreal beauty on a quest to become human. Their symbolic quest, which takes them from endless two lane highways to small idyllic towns to the arid desert, finds Daft Punk once again resisting conformity and developing new ways to highlight their inventive vision. A silent feature-length film that made its international debut at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, Electroma will interest Daft Punk fans and film enthusiasts alike. With its breathtaking cinematography, innovative filming techniques, and above all its underlying search for humanity within a dystopian environment, Daft Punk have delivered a film that finds a common thread with their previous work while exploring new horizons as directors of their first feature film.Keywords: desert, existentialism, explosion, ferrari, fire, high-tech, highway, laboratory, mask, no-dialogue
DoNotPay founder, 18-year-old Joshua Browder, explains how he came up with the concept of fighting parking tickets. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews CTV News on Vine: https://vine.co/u/1134196353757794304 --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news orga...
19-year-old Stanford student Joshua Browder has overturned more than 190,000 parking tickets with the help of his artificially intelligent “robot lawyer.” Browder says he created his parking ticket bot after he received more than a dozen fines for his own parking. “It’s really stressful,” he told VICE News correspondent Ravi Somaiya. “I’m not the best at understanding when there are three signs saying different things, and so out of necessity I had to become knowledgeable in how to fight these tickets.” Browder has received offers from tech companies and entrepreneurs to buy his website, but he has refused all of them so far. This segment originally aired Oct. 19, 2016, on VICE News Tonight on HBO Read: "Even Stephen Hawking doesn't know if ai will be good or bad" - http://bit.ly/2fIHD...
The world's first robot lawyer has been employed by a law firm in the US, which will use the robot to assist its various teams in legal research. Subscribe To Inform Overload: https://www.youtube.com/user/InformOverload ------------------------------------ STORY LINK: http://bit.ly/24W8Saq ------------------------------------ MAIL US SOMETHING: P.O BOX # 14015 2408 Lakeshore Blvd W. Etobicoke, On M8V4A2 ------------------------------------ CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: http://instagram.com/informoverload Twitter: https://twitter.com/InformOverload Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InformOverload Website: http://www.informoverload.com iO T-Shirts: http://iostore.spreadshirt.com ------------------------------------ IN THIS VIDEO: Dave Walpole: http://instagram.com/DaveWalpole --------...
(24 Nov 2016) LEAD IN: Could the next piece of legal advice you receive be from a robot? A British student has developed what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer, helping unhappy motorists appeal against parking tickets. STORY-LINE: Meet Joshua Browder, a second year student at Stanford University and founder of 'DoNotPay', what's claimed to be the world's first robot lawyer. Frustrated at having received several parking tickets, London-born Browder was driven to develop an automated system which helped appeal them. After first sharing his creation with family and friends, the economics and computer science student then saw his robot lawyer called upon by thousands of unhappy motorists. "I created this almost as a side project, but then 9 months later, millions of doll...
The Law firm Baker & Hostetler has announced that they are employing IBM’s AI Ross under Ross Intelligence to handle their bankruptcy practice, which at the moment consists of nearly 50 lawyers. So soon they will be naturally cutting 50 human beings for an AI. Sources http://www.rossintelligence.com/ http://www.rossintelligence.com/lawyers http://futurism.com/artificially-intelligent-lawyer-ross-hired-first-official-law-firm/
ROSS is built on IBM’s cognitive computing platform in Watson. It is designed to read and understand language. Chief Information Officer Bob Craig said "At BakerHostetler, we believe that emerging technologies like cognitive computing and other forms of machine learning can help enhance the services we deliver to our clients."
After recording our recent video op-ed with Richard Susskind, co-author of The Future of the Professions, Big Law Business also had the opportunity to follow-up with specific questions about how the ideas in his new book directly apply to the Big Law community. Will technology ever completely take the place of lawyers?
A college student came up with a simple but effective way of getting parking tickets dismissed. It has already saved drivers an estimated $4 to $5 million and gained the attention of billionaire tech investor Mark Cuban. In his first national interview, the teenage creator, Joshua Browder, tells John Blackstone why he has no plans to sell out.
19-year-old British programmer creates world's first robot lawyer
The law is widely considered as society’s operating system. Despite its importance, over 80 percent of the legal needs of the poor are unmet. The law relies on information and rules, something that technology is unsurprisingly good at handling. Over the past year, Joshua Browder has been working to replace exploitative lawyers—mainly the ones charging hundreds of dollars for copying and pasting documents—with chatbots. Josh will speak about whether his “robot lawyer,” which has fought nearly $5 million worth of parking tickets, greedy landlords, and homelessness, should worry those in the legal profession.
In this course from the Legal Tech Institute at the Harris County Law Library, Saskia Mehlhorn, Director of Knowledge Management & Library Services for Norton Rose Fulbright US, provides a basic overview of AI in the legal profession, gives specific examples of tools that incorporate AI technology and discusses opportunities for lawyers and other legal professionals. This video is accredited by the State Bar of Texas for 1.0 hour of CLE credit through September 9, 2018. CLE credit for Legal Tech Institute programs is sponsored by the Office of Vince Ryan, Harris County Attorney. Visit the Legal Tech Institute online at www.harriscountylawlibrary.org/tech
A free "robot lawyer" that has overturned thousands of parking tickets in the UK can now fight rogue landlords, speeding tickets and harassment at work. Joshua Browder, the 20-year-old British student who created the aide has upgraded the robot's abilities so it can fight legal disputes in 1,000 different areas. These include fighting landlords over security deposits and house repairs, and helping people report fraud to their credit card agency. Webpage: https://www.studzine.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StudZine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/StudZine
Is it time travel?