Robert Downey Jr.'s Series on AI Is Available on YouTube Right Now

YouTube launched the much-awaited documentary series The Age of A.I. hosted by Robert Downey Jr. and you should be watching it right now.

You know things are going to hit the fan when Tony Stark comes from the dead to warn and teach you about Ultron.

YouTube’s brand new documentary series The Age of A.I., produced, hosted and narrated by Robert Downey Jr., is finally here. The eight-episode educational series peer into the future of technology and the possibilities of A.I in the most humane way possible.

With artificial intelligence being such a hot topic, everyone has had a question about it at one point, and the show tries to answer those questions one by one with each episode. Starting from the top, RDJ debunks every myth and term about machine learning and artificial intelligence all the while charming you and your mother. The show also offers insight into the latest advancements in the field.

RDJ’s partner in crime and producing Susan Downey talked about the project back in 2018, "Robert and I share a curiosity for A.I., a complicated and often polarizing subject. Our aim is to explore A.I. through a lens of objectivity and accessibility, in a thoroughly bold, splashy, and entertaining way. We’re thrilled to bring this project to life along with Network Entertainment, Sonar, and YouTube Red." 

You can watch the trailer from here.

Yes, we were also waiting for him to say “Age of Ultron” at that final moment.

Guest stars such as will.i.am and Tim Shaw who is a former NFL linebacker with ALS working with Google to restore his ability to communicate will be also making appearances.  

Fortunately, Google decided to make YouTube Originals free to watch recently which means that you don’t have to have a Premium account to watch the new series. Apparently, they will be uploading one episode per week and the Premium subscribers can binge-watch the show right away.

What are you waiting for? Go and watch the first two episodes on YouTube right now.

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