ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett, discusses the revelation that Marvel is in development on a fourth Captain America film that picks up after the end of the first season of “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and follows the new Cap, Sam Wilson, on a cinematic adventure. Rob also deep dives into a discussion about artificial intelligence and new rules governing the use of AI in the EU.  Uh oh.

Plus letters from fellow Imagination Connoisseurs, a call to Rob’s mom in Seattle, a live chat with Imagination Connoissuers Julian and Orey and questions from viewers in the livestream chat on this episode of ROBSERVATIONS.

Episode Segments:

00:00:00 Signing-on
00:01:29 Rob on the For All Mankind (2019) Season 2 Finale
00:05:41 Captain America 4 in Development with TFATWS’s Malcolm Spellman
00:11:55 Regulating New Technologies
00:23:06 Letters
00:25:17 Rob’s Mom Live on Robservations!
00:35:03 Letters (cont’d)
00:45:18 Fan Live-chat with Julian and Orey!
01:07:15 Super-chats (with Julian and Orey)
02:02:28 Signing-off

Articles Covered:

‘Captain America 4’ In Development With ‘Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ EP Malcolm Spellman Writingby Anthony D’Alessandro, Justin Kroll
(00:08:33 – 00:11:14)

Europe Proposes Strict Rules for Artificial Intelligence – by Adam Satariano
(00:11:55 – 00:19:17)

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About Robert Meyer Burnett:
Best known for directing, co-writing and editing the award-winning cult favorite feature film FREE ENTERPRISE, starring Emmy winners William Shatner and Eric McCormack, Rob Burnett offers his own unique perspective on the entertainment industry in his daily “Robservations” video blogs.

About The Burnettwork:
The Burnettwork is a YouTube destination that features a variety of channels and shows. Rob’s personal observations on what he calls “the Post-Geek Singularity” are shared in his Robservations video blogs – free-flowing, streaming conversations with fans about everything from toys to comics to movies and television. Rob brings an interesting perspective to the world of genre entertainment that’s definitely “big picture” stuff.