It’s Jerry’s world, and now there’s an eerie technological twist to it. Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, has joined forces with AT&T to bring to life an AI version of himself at AT&T Stadium, a development that has left many feeling rather unnerved.
For those who’ve had burning questions for the enigmatic owner but were apprehensive about meeting him in person, AT&T Stadium has introduced a solution.
They unveiled “Meet Jerry Jones — An Interactive Experience” on Thursday, which harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to create a holographic rendition of the billionaire owner. This hologram is designed to field questions from fans.
What makes this development particularly disconcerting is the notion that this AI hologram will persist long after Jerry Jones has passed away. It seems he has discovered a way to ensure his presence lingers over the Cowboys, even from beyond the grave.
This cutting-edge interaction showcases the remarkable strides technology has taken, melding the worlds of sports and artificial intelligence. Is it a necessity? Not really. Can it be stopped now? Apparently not.
For a fee of $55, interested individuals can partake in the “Owner’s Experience Tour,” available on the AT&T Stadium website. Those who opt for this experience can pose questions to the holographic Jerry Jones on a wide range of subjects, from his youth to his college football journey at Arkansas, his foray into the business world, and his multifaceted role as the Owner, President, and General Manager of the Dallas Cowboys.
As the Cowboys prepare for their upcoming game against the Giants on Monday, they aim to surpass their impressive 12-5 record from the previous season. While the regular season is one thing, the real Jerry Jones is undoubtedly eager for his team to secure even more victories come playoff time.