How Do You Direct A.I.? What considerations are there when prepping an A.I. drama? How do you keep it all ethical? We talk with James Walker, Nancy Lanham, and Forest Robin of Velocity Studios about how they created TWO A.I. podcasts (an interview show where an A.I. host interviews an A.I. guest and a narrative feature length show where actors play the humans and A.I. play the robots).
Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page.
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The Metal Detective (scripted audio drama, top performer on Apple Podcasts Charts)
— A.I. performers were auditioned and played the role of A.I. characters opposite human actors in this cyberpunk noir mystery thriller. A.I. audio systems were also used in various post sound design and sound effects.
Raise of the Machines: Conversations with A.I. (weekly interview style audio new magazine) — A.I. systems were used to write initial drafts of interview scripts where an A.I. host would then interview an A.I. guest on A.I. issues important to humanity.
More info: https://www.machinesrise.com/
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