Dodgers Organization Content With Trevor Bauer Release

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Los Angeles Dodgers CEO and President Stan Kasten said Wednesday that the organization was content about the manner in which pitcher Trevor Bauer was released in response to domestic violence accusations. “You know, this wasn’t unanimous out in the real World – among fans, among the media or whatnot,” Kasten told reporters. “But the decision we reached was unanimous among the people that are charged with having to make this decision.” Bauer was released in December 2022 after serving 194 days of what was originally supposed to be a 324-day suspension served by MLB in April. The Dodgers had two… Read More “Dodgers Organization Content With Trevor Bauer Release”

Clickbait or creativity? The art wrestles with AI

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By DIANE DESOBEAU / AFPTV / AFP Online tools that can create wonderful, absurd and sometimes horrifying images using artificial intelligence (AI) have exploded in popularity, sparking soul-searching over the nature of art. Online tools that can create wonderful, absurd and sometimes horrifying images using artificial intelligence (AI) have exploded in popularity, sparking soul-searching over the nature of art. Tech companies tout their inventions as a liberating force of art for all, but purists argue that the artist is still the central cog in the machine. Art historian and AI expert Emily L…. Read More “Clickbait or creativity? The art wrestles with AI”