“Can theatre artists use the tools of Big Tech to dismantle its influence?”
“The piece riffs on the lost final play of Aeschylus’s Prometheus trilogy as a way of thinking about the relationship between technology and power. On one side of the stage, everything is made by commercially available AI products: A set of AI-generated theatre masks, animated by AI-generated computer voices, perform scenes made by GPT-3.5 (the same model that runs ChatGPT). On the other side of the stage, I give a talk that reflects on some of the questions these models raise.”–Annie Dorsen, writer, director, and performer of Prometheus Firebringer
Prometheus Firebringer plays from September 15 through October 1 only. Click here to learn more and buy tickets.