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Oh A.L.Ex., you crack me up: Tech and theatre collide at Edmonton improv show

The Artificial Language Experiment (A.L.Ex) took over an improv show in Edmonton Tuesday evening, feeding an actor their responses to other improvisers through a headset.

"When we do improv with … regular improvisers, regular human beings, there's a bit of a trust back and forth that you know that they understand the rules of improv that you're all playing by,"

"People can come and laugh and see a show like this and understand that we're uplifting the society that we are a part of by featuring this tech, by maybe saying 'all this tech that's out there, it isn't [so] scary,"

"I also think it allows other improvisers, other storytellers to tell new, interesting stories in ways that they haven't been able to do before."

Ex Machina | Examining Our Fear of Artificial Intelligence In our exclusive video, we talk with the writer/director of 'Ex Machina,' Alex Garland (The Beach, 28 Days) and the stars, Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander about the inspirations for the film, the relation between AI and consciousness, and how AI has permeated the cultural landscape.Learn more here: US (NY & LA) Release: April 10, 2015US Wide Release: April 16, 2015Written and Directed by Alex GarlandStarring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia VikanderDistributed by A24 Films to The Creators Project: to The Creators Project Newsletter: Creators Project is a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, arts and technology: out our full video catalog: videos from the VICE network: Machina Ex Machina Behind-the-scenesEx Machina Behind the scenesEx Machina Making OfEx Machina MovieEx Machina Dance SceneEx Machina FilmEx Machina TrailerEx Machina Official TrailerEx Machina Trailer 2Ex Machina International TrailerEx Machina ReviewEx Machina ClipEx Machina New TrailerEx Machina Showing TimesEx Machina Movie TimesEx Machina FandangoEx Machina IMDBOscar IsaacOscar Issac Star WarsAlicia VikanderDomhnall GleesonDomhnall Gleeson Star Wars

Three Ex-Bankers Win Netflix Backing to Shake Up Bollywood

A tiny digital studio is making a name for itself in the world’s most prolific movie industry, scoring funding from a marquee Silicon Valley investor right after nailing a deal to stream its most popular show on Netflix.

Pocket Aces Pvt has raised $14.7 million from Sequoia Capital, DSP Group, 3one4 Capital and others to bankroll content aimed at pushing Indian shows beyond hackneyed Bollywood formulas -- like “saas-bahu”

Pocket Aces plans to use the funds to get into gaming content, make strategic acquisitions and boost production to 30 shows a year from the current dozen.

On Monday, two of its leading homegrown streaming rivals -- ALTBalaji and ZEE5 -- announced they were joining hands to create more than 60 original shows, share audience insights and grow subscriptions.

The Mumbai-based, 145-person Pocket Aces uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to test genres, actors and plot lines in pilots before spinning them into longer shows for streaming platforms, social media channels and its own apps.

"Our shows garner 500 million views per month and we aim to hit 1 billion monthly views by 2020,"

Read more: Netflix’s Indian Ambitions Face a Wall of Cheaper Rivals Unlike studios tied to traditional distribution channels, Pocket Aces focuses on mobile consumers and syndicates content to a variety of companies, from Emirates Airline to ride-hailing service Ola and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s video-streaming service Youku Tudou.

The startup’s most successful show is Little Things, which follows an unmarried couple as they navigate emotional upheavals, career trauma and personal aspirations in fast-paced Mumbai.

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