See Goldblum rap with a musical robot in an exclusive clip from his Disney+ series
- Shimon's code based improvisation has seen it tour the world, put out its own album. Shimon is even capable of writing its own lyrics. Listen to this.
- (SINGING) Pass is well, run with every star.
- But it still relies on modeling the output from human beings. So what happens when the person that Shimon is playing with is kind of terrible at one particular style?
- I don't-- I don't rap. I've never rapped in my life. [VOCALIZING]. (SINGING) I've never rapped, but I have [INAUDIBLE] mapped [INAUDIBLE] lapped and [INAUDIBLE] capped. But I wear a cap, but not like his cap [INAUDIBLE] Shimon, help me out now.
- Born to perform, champion of every art form. Always on the grind, that's what's on my mind. You're behind. Push your kind.
- (SINGING) That's what's on your mind? My behind, my kind. Get your eyes off my behind. I always [INAUDIBLE].
Shimon, that's good. Next time, we'll do it so he's not right behind me and then maybe he won't be so obsessed with the patoot.
- Do you get every word that he's saying?
- Neither did I.
DASH SMITH: Some of them were kind of sparse and disjointed ideas, like a baby learning how to respond.
- What a baby.
DASH SMITH: Yeah.
- What a sweet, little baby.
- So, there's just no getting away from the fact that Shimon's creativity is still directly dependent on us.