In Episode 63 of the Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron discusses a unique use case for AI in the realm of the arts, describing an AI-built script for a live-action play.
00:07 — Aaron discusses AI’s “bad audio transcriptions,” and how the sometimes humorous misunderstanding of audio by AI software has evolved into an AI-scripted, human-performed production.
01:11 — The idea for an AI-scripted production is the brainchild of Hamilton College Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff Mercovich, who noticed AI processes language similar to how children might process the same sort of data.
02:06 — Quotes from young children were the first pieces of data used to create what would become multiple AI personalities.
02:45 — The live audience had an opportunity to ask questions of the AI program via the human actors after the showing.
03:31 — This is a new realm of use cases for AI, a collaboration between human expression and AI previously unexplored.