Warner Bros. DMCAs Insanely Awesome Recreation Of Blade Runner By Artificial Intelligence

I’m going to dispense with any introduction here, because the meat of this story is amazing and interesting in many different ways, so we’ll jump right in. Blade Runner, the film based off of Philip K. Dick’s classic novel, Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep, is a film classic in every last sense of the word. If you haven’t seen it, you absolutely should. Also, if you indeed haven’t seen the movie, you’ve watched at least one less film than an amazing artificial intelligence software developed by Terrance Broad, a London-based researcher working on his advanced degree in creative computing. His dissertation, “Autoencoding Video Frames,” sounds straightforwardly boring, until you realize that it’s the key to the weird tangle of remix culture, internet copyright issues, and artificial intelligence that led…


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