Is da Vinci's influence still relevant?

Leonardo da Vinci, the ancient Italian inventor, innovator and artist, had imagined the future and painted masterpieces that still inspire and challenge us half a millennium after his death.

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    Leonardo da Vinci, the Renaissance Italian inventor, innovator and artist, had imagined the future and painted masterpieces that still inspire and challenge us half a millennium after his death.

    But in the age of artificial intelligence, the internet and robotic advances, some wonder if da Vinci's influence is still relevant.

    Al Jazeera's Allen Schauffler reports from the US city of Corvallis, Oregon.


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