I’ve got to be honest, I’m not sure why this is a thing and I’m not sure who this is for.
The Dallas Cowboys have long been considered “America’s Team,” though I’m not sure who votes on that. In my experience, most people in the country root against the Cowboys, and love to watch them fail. Maybe that’s why they are called “America’s Team,” since they give joy to the greatest amount of people by being bad.
And many people point their fingers at the owner, president, and general manager of the Cowboys, Jerry Jones, for the team’s struggles over the past two decades, even though he technically helped bring the Dallas team three Super Bowls in the 1990’s (92′, 93′ & 95′).
The Cowboys haven’t really done much since then though, and many fans and analysts think that Jerry Jones’ death grip on the franchise has held the team back from becoming and being more successful.
Now, I hate to bring this up, but as we all know, “Father Time” is undefeated. Jerry Jones is 80-years-old, so those fans that say the team would be better off without him… you know what I’m trying to say.
But Jerry thought ahead of all us suckers, and decided to create a way for him to never not be a part of the Dallas Cowboys organization. AT&T Stadium, the home of “America’s Team,” announced yesterday that they have created a Jerry Jones A.I. (artificial intelligence) experience that fans can interact with at the stadium.
Their post reads:
“Meet Jerry Jones: An Interactive Experience. Ask Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones questions and get his responses generated by AI technology for a unique, interactive experience.”
NEW at #ATTStadium: Meet Jerry Jones – An Interactive Experience. Ask @dallascowboys' Owner Jerry Jones questions and get his responses generated by AI technology for a unique, interactive experience.
How is it that every fan that is featured in that video looks as lifeless as the Jerry Jones artificial intelligence?
Like I said earlier, I don’t know who would really want to spend their time sitting in a room and asking an A.I. Jerry Jones questions, but to each their own I guess. And let’s be honest, this isn’t just for an “interactive experience.” This is a prototype for the real A.I. that will allow Jerry Jones to control the Dallas Cowboys from beyond the grave.
It’ll always be “Jerry World” in Dallas, and it appears that Jones is making sure of that…