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DNA paintings and robot comedians: what will pop culture look like in the future?

AI, VR and smartphones are changing the way we consume culture, but what comes next? We explore entertainment’s new frontiers You can star alongside Leo when cinema enters its ‘karaoke’ phase Related: The good, the bad and the cyborgs: Westworld's robot forebears Related: PlayStation VR review – if this is the future of virtual reality, sign me up Related: Whitney Houston hologram to embark on world tour Continue reading.
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