Artificial intelligence input into film script aims to shake up industry with Impossible Things

Artificial intelligence used to be something that featured in science fiction films. Now, it’s writing the scripts. Following the debut in June of Sunspring, a hilariously disjointed short film written entirely by AI, a feature-length movie has been written by AI – with human input – in an effort to nail the formula for box office success. More Entertainment Videos Previous slide Next slide Trailer: Impossible Things Disturbed by the death of her young daughter, a career-driven mother and her out-of-work husband leave the city and move to an idyllic and secluded country home. Funds are being raised to make Impossible Things on Kickstarter, where it is billed as “the first AI co-written feature film”. Jack Zhang, the 24-year-old Canadian mathematician and software architect behind the project, used AI to…


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