The Fall of Frankenstein – a series of events celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

There are a number of fall events and opportunities surrounding the Frankenstein AI prototype. Please note that the following is subject to change.

Collaborators wanted

We’re looking for collaborators for the following. If you’d like to lend a hand please let us know. In addition, if you’d like to bring Frankenstein AI to an event or host your own please contact us.

September 5th
Columbia DSL meetup — an evening Frankenstein AI prototyping at Lincoln Center
7 pm to 10 pm
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September 10th to December 10th
Immersive Production @ Columbia University
This graduate course will have students designing and producing immersive dinner parties focused on Frankenstein AI
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September 18th
Frankenstein AI panel discussion + prototyping session
IFP Week
10 am to 11 am — panel
12 pm to 6 pm — prototyping
Read More (schedule isn’t public yet)

September 22nd
Story I/O a day focused on building transformative learning simulations
This year’s prototyping is focused on Frankenstein AI + empathic conversational models
9:30 am to 6 pm
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October 3rd
Columbia DSL meetup — an evening Frankenstein AI prototyping at Lincoln Center
7 pm to 10 pm
Read More (details to be released in mid-September)

October 13th
Frankenstein AI prototyping lab @ the New York Film Festival
2 pm to 4 pm
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October 16th to October 27th
Immersive Dinner Party Challenge
October 16th challenge materials released
October 23rd challenge starts
October 27th Dinner Parties are staged around the world
October 31st AI ghost stories harvested from dinner parties presented
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November 15th to 25th
Special European Frankenstein AI Immersive Dinner Party for 60 people per night
Full details coming in late September

December 10th
Immersive Production class @ Columbia University runs an Immersive Dinner Party designed over the course of the semester.
7 pm to 9:30 pm
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