Azura Farid is a writer, singer and actor. Recent collaborations include projects with The Necessary Stage, Bored Whale Theatre, The Second Breakfast Company, Mediacorp and The Opera People. Azura is a member of Playwrights Commune and a graduate of King’s College London’s Music/Liberal Arts course and Wild Rice’s Young & Wild programme. As a critic, Azura has written for ArtsEquator and Critics Circle Blog.
So, here’s the thing. The robots are coming; indeed, they are already here. With the emergence of generative artificial intelligence that creates text, images and sounds increasingly indistinguishable from that formed by human sensibilities, the meaning of meaning-making is in delicious flux.