The UK politician accused of being AI is actually a real person

The awards evening had been the usual excuse for the sort of industry behaviour that some in the room could just remember from the start of their careers. The drink flowed, conversations got more and more ribald and some even took a short break to ‘recharge’. At each table journalists pumped sources for stories, clients were wooed. Every announcement of a new winner was greeted with cheers and bragging about each winner’s computing power. In the wings of the stage a young woman was arguing with a security guard. “Look, I am the next winner. You’ve got to believe me.”