Jake Elwes is an artist based in London whose work explores machine learning and artificial intelligence. Through the use of these systems, Elwes investigates poetry, narratives, limitations, and ethical implications. The Zizi Project subverts and demystifies cisgender and straight AI systems by incorporating drag performers into datasets, challenging AI bias. Elwes studied at The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, from 2013 to 2017, and has exhibited their artwork in prestigious museums and galleries across the globe. Venues include the Victoria and Albert Museum, Somerset House, ZKM, Today Art Museum, Yuz Museum, Ars Electronica, Zabludowicz Collection, and many others. Elwes' multidisciplinary projects encompass moving-image installations, sound, and performance, with a focus on queering datasets and challenging prevailing AI systems. Elwes emphasizes that AI lacks intentionality or agency, functioning only as a neutral agent within a human framework.