Jonathon Keats, Thousand Year Photo

Month: June 2015

Jonathon Keats, Thousand Year Photo

A short documentary by Nathan Broderick about experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats, the Millennium Camera, installed at the ASU Art Museum, and the Deep Time Photo Lab, an interactive exhibit that debuted at ASU’s Emerge festival in March 2015.

Community Event: Phoenix Loves Sci-Fi celebrates imaginative short films on July 2

While Hollywood blockbusters thrill us with breathtaking escapist spectacles, short films present diverse and idiosyncratic stories across the spectrum of genres, from fantasy and science fiction to riotous comedy and

Ed Finn and Project Hieroglyph on Arizona Horizon

On June 9, 2015, CSI director and Project Hieroglyph co-editor Ed Finn visited the Eight, Arizona PBS show Arizona Horizon to discuss Project Hieroglyph, science fiction, optimism for the future, and the trade paperback edition of Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a Better Future.

Personalized expert skeleton scaffolding in concept map construction

Shang Wang, Erin Walker, Rishabh Chaudhry, and Ruth Wylie Artificial Intelligence in Education

What Would Robot Poetry Look Like?

Logo for Boing Boing Blog. The letters “bb,” in lowercase white font, at a jaunty angle, against a bright candy red background.

Man Who Sold the Moon wins the Sturgeon Award!

Teach Your Automaton to Feel

Robots Are Learning to Write Poetry