#46 Remembering to Remember

Marlon Barrios Solano 
is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary artist and researcher specializing in software engineering, generative AI, dance improvisation, and mindfulness. His diverse work, ranging from AI-driven apps to digital therapeutics, manifests in web applications, interactive installations, multimedia performances, education, and consulting. His notable work with Sati-AI demonstrates the innovative integration of AI in mindfulness practices.

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Article on Sati-AI in Lion’s Roar

Special thanks to Lake Studios Berlin for hosting us and for the equipment to record this conversation.


  • 00:00 – Introduction
  • 03:58 – Meditation Background
  • 07:52 – Dance and Meditation
  • 13:34 – The Importance of Practice
  • 17:06 – The Sacred
  • 25:40 – ”Mind-full-ness” and Practice
  • 32:34 – Remembering to Remember
  • 36:42 – Sati-AI
  • 50:07 – Large Language Models
  • 54:04 – AI and Art
  • 57:48 – Dangers of AI
  • 64:56 – Conclusions

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