by Tim Biggs — 19 March 2023
Artificial intelligence has sparked predictions of job losses. Impressed whistles from would-be creators eager to capitalize on the new paradigm, and outrage from devoted fans concerned about a future of soulless, subpar art. Will our future entertainment, however, be created by machines? With language models like GPT-4, deep-learning image generators like DALL-E, and audio clones that can read the text in any voice, it’s easy to imagine software handling every aspect of video production.
AI-generated “photographs” are like early CGI in movies, but with more natural-looking people and believable surroundings. However, there are still mistakes in the fingers and teeth and objects that float or collide with each other in the wrong ways. This suggests that the future of entertainment is hard to predict.
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