Artificial intelligence writes fiction at Georgia Tech

DragonCon 2015(Photo: 11Alive) ATLANTA — There is a measure of intelligence behind the SciFi festival known as DragonCon, which concluded Labor Day. It’s rooted in the stories behind the costumes – written by human beings who have captured the interest of readers and viewers of science fiction. The biggest challenge for fiction writers, producers of movies and TV shows — and even video games — is how to know what fiction-hungry audiences will like before they produce it. Mark Riedl is a science fiction fan who researches the science of fiction at Georgia Tech. Riedl has developed artificial intelligence that crowdsources human behavior and generates plots for stories. He believes it’ll make stories easier to create. “At this stage, we’re able to generate stories that are of the complexity that…


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