A screenplay written by artificial intelligence has been made into a film

Three actors in glittery metallic costumes stand in an office, spouting gibberish at one another: the outcome of an experiment that couldn’t be any more predictable. Earlier this week, UK filmmaker Oscar Sharp released Sunspring, an experimental film based on a screenplay developed by an artificial intelligence. The project saw Mr Sharp and technologist Ross Goodwin feeding an artificial long short-term memory neural network (LSTM) an array of science fiction film scripts. Mr Sharp and Mr Goodwin then programmed the LSTM to process the scripts, using cinematic writing conventions to produce a screenplay of its own. Mr Sharp then spent 48 hours developing the script into a film, before releasing it on the Ars Technica Videos YouTube page on June 9. Sunspring, which features Thomas Middleditch of HBO’s Silicon Valley…


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