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The world of artificial intelligence may feel like the realm of sci-fi but in reality is closer than we think, the next frontier in the progression of scientific knowledge. And Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test shows the human race right at the point of breaching it.
Ian Dixon Potter’s new play The Test had its world premiere last night (19 September 2017) at London’s White Bear Theatre. The 60-minute performance runs every night (except Monday 25 September) at 9pm. Have a look at our full gallery of production shots here…
As the ultimate experiment of the Turing Test, which examines whether a machine can exhibit behaviour indistinguishable from a human, The Test takes the concept of Artificial Intelligence to another level. This is a well-researched, philosophical play with thought-provoking consequences.
Co-directors Frauke Requardt and David Rosenberg have created a piece of theatre which might be the closest I have ever felt to being in a dream whilst awake and not under the influence of psychoactive drugs.