In our increasingly polarised society, the debate on the effects of generative AI on culture was bound to be argued in extreme terms, and so it is. The debate ranges from panic at the unbounded usurpation of content to enthusiasm for the development of a technology that expands the boundaries of art. Months after the irruption of the game-changing language processing tools, such as ChatGPT, it is time to address the issue by laying out contrasting opinions, but, more importantly, through the sharing of real experiences in the fields of music, art, literature and the management of cultural festivals themselves. The writer Lorenzo Silva, Ricard Robles, founder and co-director of the Sónar festival; Daniel Fernández, editor of Edhasa, columnist for La Vanguardia and president of the Royal Board of Trustees of the National Library of Spain; and Sheila Cremaschi, international cultural manager and director of Hay Festival España, will speak on the subject. The debate will be moderated by Miquel Molina, deputy director of La Vanguardia, essayist and novelist.
Event in Spanish