Articles by Eric Herter

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The Rise of an Artificial Intelligence Messiah
Eric Herter – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Apr 2024

I asked Claude 3, a low-level no-cost AI available from, to outline a video series on the rise of an AI Messiah. Claude 3 did so in less than ten seconds, coming up with the dramatic and nuanced plot-sequence below.

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Avoiding World War III
Eric Herter | Peace & Planet News – TRANSCEND Media Service, 9 Oct 2023

AI’s Thoughts on Peace – Can artificial intelligence communicate wisdom that has been ignored when it comes from the peace movement?

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Gardeners of the Spirit
Eric Herter – TRANSCEND Media Service, 15 Jun 2020

“When I got back from 6 years of video work in Viet Nam (1995-2002), I got a job traveling the country with wife & 5-year-old daughter, visiting community gardens in schools, slums, hospitals and prisons. Very enlightening. Among the last 30 years of sporadic productions, this is one of my favorites.”  –Eric Herter (Narrated by himself)

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Arrests at Maine, USA, Christening of Aegis Destroyer – 1 April 2017
Eric Herter – TRANSCEND Media Service, 10 Apr 2017

Today, nine peace activists were arrested while blocking the entrance to the “Christening” ceremony for a new Aegis destroyer at Bath Iron Works, a leading US naval shipyard. Aegis destroyers are an important coordinating and missile-carrying component in US nuclear and conventional war strategy.

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Start of Fifth Annual Maine Peace Walk
Eric Herter – TRANSCEND Media Service, 17 Oct 2016

On October 11th, about twenty Peace Walkers, ages ranging from ten to seventy-nine, gathered at the Indian Island, Maine, home of the Penobscot Nation, for inspirational talks from Sherri Mitchell, a tribal lawyer, activist and writer, and from Tribal Chief Francis. The following morning they started their two-week trek to the southern border of Maine hundreds of miles to the south, a trip that will take them to many Maine communities, home-stays and community gatherings. They describe here why they feel impelled to spend a fortnight on the road speaking out for peace, and for the defense of Mother Earth.

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