Um, So Maybe We Should All Watch 'A.I Artificial Intelligence' Again

Remember that Steven Spielberg movie from the early noughties? The one with a baby Hayley Joel Osment as a robot boy version of Pinocchio?

It was better than you remember, or maybe even realised at the time. I'm not kidding. Watch this.

Thanks, Mikey.


    Unless it's about an hour shorter than it was, no.

    A video that is 2 years old from the same creator that Giz (Rae) has posted about almost weekly... Sigh

      She found an interesting video and decided to share it with us. If you dislike it so much why did you bother clicking on the article?

      Mikey Nuemann is a fantastic film analyst. His work is simply great, and more people should see it. When I post about his videos, they are consistently among the most viewed articles on the site.

      If I can both highlight a talent that quite frankly, deserves to be more well known, and bring interesting content to Giz readers, who on Earth would I shy away from that?

        So that you don't upset Stuart, to the point of him needing a hug.

        This video also made me want to go back an watch the movie. I had to write an essay on it in high school lit. Saw that movie so many times during that time and never once realised some of the things mentioned in the video

        My point is that once you highlight or "feature" another content producer on a "news site" for technology, the User or Audience can then decide if they want to continue to follow said content producer off of the news site (by subscribing to his YouTube Channel, which I have).

        The point of a News Site, such as Gizmodo, is to create and/or report on new content, reporting the news, not re-posting the same content from the same producer?

        I'm sorry, it's just bad journalism. There are plenty of other "news" sites that post sloppy content that is just a re-post of old content. I thought Gizmodo was different?

        I'm simply trying to encourage you to stop posting old videos on a Tech News Site. Why not just write (yes, more than a 44 word description of something that isn't new, or technology related) more that appeals to content?

        While I sound like I might be keyboard bashing, I'm really not trying. I just want to be constructive as to let you know the content that people want. Whilst they are consistently among the most viewed articles on the site, they are hardly the most discussed, am I right? And what is a Tech News site if not to learn and discuss, together?

        Final statement: Youtube Videos are not viable Tech News Article.

        P.S. I really do admire you as a person Rae, you do a lot of work for the Tech and indigenous community. Only trying to be helpful. Sorry if it comes off harsh!

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