Two Point Oh – Review

TWO_POINT_OH review 001Science fiction writers in the 21st century have an easy job. In the old days if a writer wanted to make a story about a sentient Artificial Intelligence they would have to set their stories in some distant future, or demand that their audience set aside their disbelief and just accept that a clunky 1980′s mainframe could achieve self-awareness. Now-a-days writers like Jeffrey Jackson don’t need to speculate about how far into the future it will be before computers become self-aware, because it’s certainly plausible that Apple or Google already has one in the works. That’s pretty much the premise behind the new off-Broadway playTwo Point Oh.  Continue Reading


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