Spotify and YouTube Playlists

Reddgr I (blog inspiration songs)

The Playlist is the central theme of Reddgr’s Blog. Each blog post is inspired by a song from the Playlist and features two essential elements: a human (😎) – AI (🤖) chat, and a connection to another media such as a book, film, a video game… Some posts also contain ideas or stories related to the chatbot conversation, but not particularly tied to the song. The links below will take you to each of the posts inspired by songs. If you would like to read only the sections of the posts that explore the songs or the artists, the ‘Talking to Chatbots‘ page includes links to separate chatbot conversations.

  1. Tears For Fears – Shout
  2. Kings of Convenience – Homesick
  3. The Smiths – Bigmouth Strikes Again
  4. M83 – We Own the Sky
  5. CEO – White Magic
  6. Kraftwerk – Tour de France ’03 – Version 3
  7. The Avalanches – Frontier Psychiatrist
  8. The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1
  9. Weezer – Surf Wax America

YouTube playlist with official videos or live performances of all 20 songs in the playlist. To see all the videos included in the playlist and play any of them, click on the top-right icon in the widget

Artificial Intelligence Narratives: Short Clips from Sci-Fi Movies and Other Media

YouTube playlist: Artificial Intelligence Narratives

🤖 This playlist compiles short clips from a variety of films and other media, each focusing on scenes where Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a central or significant role. The clips span different eras, showcasing the evolution and diverse portrayal of AI in cinematic storytelling. AI is depicted in various forms across these clips, including autonomous machines, self-aware systems, humanoid robots, and synthetic beings, among others. The narrative surrounding AI explores a wide range of themes such as autonomy, consciousness, and the potential future of AI-human interactions. This evolving playlist aims to provide a comprehensive look at the multifaceted ways AI has been portrayed and conceptualized, with new clips being added as fitting examples are found.

Best of the Year Playlists

My Favorite Songs of 2023: 50 Tracks, 3 Playlists

A promotional graphic for a music playlist, "Best of 2023 (1/3)", depicting a figure reminiscent of John Lennon playing a guitar, set against a background with silhouettes of castle-like structures, possibly alluding to ghost houses. The design features the year "2023" prominently in the center with the web address "reddgr.com/playlists" below. The style conveys a vintage feel, using sepia tones and a vignette effect, evoking a sense of nostalgia and reverence for musical heritage, coinciding with the release of a new song by The Beatles in the playlist's curation.
A promotional graphic for a music playlist, “Best of 2023 (1/3)”, depicting a figure reminiscent of John Lennon playing a guitar, set against a background with silhouettes of castle-like structures, possibly alluding to ghost houses. The design features the year “2023” prominently in the center with the web address reddgr.com/playlists below. The style conveys a vintage feel, using sepia tones and a vignette effect, evoking a sense of nostalgia and reverence for musical heritage, coinciding with the release of a new song by The Beatles in the playlist’s curation.

Reddgr curated podcasts

A selection of podcasts related to topics discussed in the Blog or social media. The English-language podcasts are at the beginning of the playlist. The playlist also features podcasts in Spanish, French and Catalan. As I add more items to the list, I will create separate playlists for each language.

Music for dogs of TikTok, Instagram, YouTube…

A sample of my dog’s music videos on Instagram. Link to Instagram Reel

Editing video clips featuring pictures and videos of my dog is a bizarre “side hobby” I’ve developed recently. It is a fun way of building playlists and connecting seemingly unrelated songs. The connection in this case is that I’ve used all of these songs in my Instagram Reels, TikTok Videos, or YouTube Shorts. The YouTube playlist alternates official music videos with some of the dog Shorts I’ve uploaded. Most of them are only on Instagram and TikTok provide much better editing tools. Occasionally, I also post at the Dogs community on X.com moderated by Phil Sledge, one of the greatest “dogfluencers” on the Internet.

YouTube Playlist: Music for dogs of YouTube, TikTok, Instagram. First video in the playlist is the #dogsoftiktok classic “Who Let the Dogs Out” by Baha Men. To see all the videos included in the playlist and play any of them, click on the top-right icon in the widget

Sampled by The Avalanches in the Album “Since I Left You”

A YouTube playlist originally featured in the blog post Cognitive Biases and Wisdom in the Era of GenAI. Comedy Videos and X Pictures. Frontier Psychiatrist (Reddgr I, 7/20). A selection of videos and songs sampled by The Avalanches in the album Since I Left You. Not an exhaustive list. Prioritizing video clips and spoken word over songs. Information sourced from WhoSampled.com.

YouTube Playlist: Sampled by The Avalanches in the album ‘Since I Left You’ (2000). First video in the playlist is “Polyester – Dexter’s Expulsion”. To see all the videos included in the playlist and play any of them, click on the top-right icon in the widget.

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