A game in which you must draw things in a way humans can understand but AI can’t.
Join the project demonstration for the Deviation Game led by the artists Tomo Kihara and Playfool. Building on Alan Turing’s Imitation Game, the Deviation Game questions how we can use AI to deviate and expand our creativity. In order to win, players must draw prompts in a way that only humans can understand, but the AI can’t. The tour begins at 12:30 each day and lasts around 30 minutes. The game will also be open for anyone to play freely throughout the week.
Number of participants: Max 4 people
Tomo Kihara (JP), Playfool (UK)
Tomo Kihara is an artist who develops experimental games and interventions that draw out unexplored questions from people through play.
Playfool is an artist duo, made by Daniel Coppen (UK) and Saki Maruyama (JP), that creates playful experiments to explore the interplay between humans and technology.