AI from a Creative’s Perspective
Long-time Hollywood star Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as a producer, director, artist, and tech founder, provides insight into the impact of AI on creative spaces. Discussing his views on the evolution of the Internet as a collaborative medium, and key technological lessons learned since founding HITRECORD, Gordon-Levitt explores the best ways to leverage technology in tandem with creativity.
How to Build a Creative Business
Joseph Gordon-Levitt founded HITRECORD to empower artists. By enabling artists to collaborate and leverage technology, the platform has produced consistent hits. HITRECORD’s television show, HITRECORD On TV, garnered an EMMY in the category of Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Media. In this engaging discussion, Gordon-Levitt breaks down the essentials of a successful creative business, from idea to execution.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt speaks on the ethics of AI in creative spaces
Actor, director, filmmaker, and entrepreneur JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT believes AI is a powerful creative tool. In a Washington Post opinion column, Gordon-Levitt sees a future where generative AI and natural language models can be leveraged in harmony with artists if approached correctly. Gordon-Levitt’s inside perspective into creative industries allows him to speak on the true impact of technology on creativity as the foremost Hollywood voice on the topic.
Both a tech founder and creator himself, Gordon-Levitt’s perspective on emerging creative technology is fueled by both real-world experiences and a deep understanding of the AI landscape today. In conversation with organizations and individuals, Gordon-Levitt paints a picture of the brightest possible future for creative industries using AI.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's acting career spans the last three decades, and ranges from television (3rd Rock from the Sun) to arthouse (Mysterious Skin, Brick) to multiplex (Inception, 500 Days of Summer, Snowden). He made his feature screenwriting and directorial debut with Don Jon (Independent Spirit Award nomination, Best First Screenplay). He also serves as the founder of HITRECORD, a "community-sourced" online creative platform for collaborative art and media projects of all kinds. HITRECORD's online community of over 700,000 artists emphasizes creative collaboration over self-promotion, producing content for partners ranging from LG to Ubisoft to the ACLU, and winning an Emmy for its variety show HITRECORD ON TV.