Cantonese opera singer Law Kar-ying with an AI robot of himself, at the Magic Tea House dress rehearsals at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon on August 9. This is the city’s first Cantonese opera featuring AI and robotics. Arts organisations should provide more chances for cross-disciplinary collaboration. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Cantonese opera singer Law Kar-ying with an AI robot of himself, at the Magic Tea House dress rehearsals at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon on August 9. This is the city’s first Cantonese opera featuring AI and robotics. Arts organisations should provide more chances for cross-disciplinary collaboration. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Cantonese opera singer Law Kar-ying with an AI robot of himself, at the Magic Tea House dress rehearsals at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon on August 9. This is the city’s first Cantonese opera featuring AI and robotics. Arts organisations should provide more chances for cross-disciplinary collaboration. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Cantonese opera singer Law Kar-ying with an AI robot of himself, at the Magic Tea House dress rehearsals at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon on August 9. This is the city’s first Cantonese opera featuring AI and robotics. Arts organisations should provide more chances for cross-disciplinary collaboration. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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