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This show takes place at Rich Mix in Shoreditch. Performed in English, with real-time machine-translation of Arabic, Dutch, French, Italian, Polish, Norwegian, and Swedish.
60 minutes. Ages 12+. This production uses strobe lighting.
Improbotics has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New Scientist. **** Edmonton Fringe 2018.
“Hilariously goes where no one has gone before: actual artificial intelligence improv. I will stick with artificial stupidity” (Colin Mochrie, Edinburgh Fringe 2017).
“This could be revolutionary” (Broadway Baby, Brighton Fringe 2018).
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Co-created by robotics researchers Piotr Mirowski (France/Poland/UK) and Kory Mathewson (Canada), drama director Jenny Elfving (Sweden), actor Mats Eldøen (Norway) and science communicator Ben Verhoeven (Belgium).
Website: improbotics.orgTwitter: @ImproboticsFacebook: @ImproboticsLtd