1/31/2023, 12:00pm

The Slate Speaks: Is AI Art dangerous?

Over the past few months, the evolution of artificial intelligence has been immense. In particular, the access and use of AI has been incredibly fascinating, yet concerning at the same time. On the one hand, people are able to create ideas and images at lightning-fast speeds and it has admittedly even led to some great meme-worthy posts on social media. However, the joke becomes less funny when people begin to realize that this type of technology not only becomes a security risk, but could also be dangerous for artists worldwide. AI Art is incredibly dangerous to the art community. Not only is art being stolen from the artists who create it, but AI Art takes away from what art is. 

1/24/2023, 12:00pm

Review: ‘The Menu’

When I first saw the trailer for “The Menu,” it instantly went on my must-watch list. A cross between black comedy and suspense horror about the restaurant industry? Sign me up!

1/24/2023, 12:00pm

Review: ‘Glass Onion’ breaks glass ceilings

Following the success of the 2019 cult classic “Knives Out,” the decision to make a sequel to the original film was certainly a bold one, though it fulfilled nearly every expectation. Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” puffs out its chest as the second installation in the “Knives Out” universe, confirming there will be a series of colorful whodunits like it.

1/24/2023, 12:00pm

America brings the rockin’ ‘70s to Luhrs

The Luhrs Performing Art Center 2022-23 season has been hit after hit. On Thursday, Jan. 12, the hits kept coming when the beloved British-American rock band, America, took the stage to play some of their familiar favorites.

1/24/2023, 12:00pm

Pacifying the nepotism babies

In an industry that is reliant upon reboots, a successful person’s child could be considered a reprisal of their own achievements. People receiving more opportunities because of their surname has been a reoccurring tradition within any industry; now, it’s more abundant than ever. However, nepotism gives undue advantage to someone who may not necessarily merit such treatment.