This 1966 lecture is entitled: The Human Agenda: "Prospects for Control of the Brain". It's been made available from the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department, digitized by the university in 2013. This is an audio recording, not a video. Kurt's comments begin around 36 minutes into the program. He speculates that if the human brain can be "programmed" by computer with the aesthetics of a given artist, would the art that is created be less human? Note that both Kurt's and Professor Wenzel's last names are misspelled in the title.