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AVWeek 600: Clippy GPT

Wave The Flags That The Robots Made

Some of this article might have been written by artificial intelligence. “AVWeek is a podcast that covers the latest news and trends in the audiovisual industry. In this particular episode, the panel features Brittany DiCesare from Control Concepts, Bren Walker from Kirkegaard, and Tom LeBlanc from NSCA. These experienced professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the discussion, providing valuable perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing the AV industry today.” Not terrifying at all!

The Philadelphia Eagles’ stadium needed to upgrade its video and audio systems to enhance the fan experience. This allowed the Eagles to deliver multiple live video feeds and promotional content on the stadium’s digital displays. The new systems were also easy to install, integrate with other systems, and operate, leading to an improved fan experience.” AV over IP systems are starting to make a splash within different verticals. Has it finally made it? And what does that mean for our industry?

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Microsoft has announced that they will be integrating the GPT technology from OpenAI into their Teams Premium platform to improve virtual collaboration. This integration is expected to enable Teams Premium to provide more accurate and helpful responses to users’ questions, automate tasks, and provide more efficient and effective collaboration.” Artificial intelligence or machine learning is not a new concept, but it is growing at possibly an alarming rate. Especially given the way these paragraphs have been manufactured. What role will AI have in AV?

LG Electronics has launched a new product, the LG CreateBoard, which is aimed at supporting the future of education. This interactive digital whiteboard allows educators to create engaging lesson plans and collaborate with students in real-time.” Smart boards have been in the education space forever, plaguing many IT personnel who have to clean off dry erase marker from new equipment. Is LG’s latest foray an evolution for a solution that desperately needs it?

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