GPT-3 is already capable of writing decent articles, ads, and even prose. But can it write a script in real-time on a theater stage?
Kwame Kwei-Armah believes so. He’s the artistic director of the Young Vic, a theater based in London.
The entire play will revolve around actors collaborating with GPT-3 to create a script in real-time on the theater stage.
And get this: the audience will be able to participate as well, asking GPT-3 questions and receiving (likely unexpected) answers in return.
It’s fascinating to see how the arts industry is experimenting with artificial intelligence in novel ways. Is the advertising industry next?
Maybe the new season of Mad Men (powered by GPT-3) is just on the horizon…