Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Artificial intelligence is the future of interactive media

Interactivity is changing the way we experience entertainment. Image: REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Jenna Ng

Anniversary Research Lecturer in Film and Interactive Media, , University of York


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