What happens when you an AI to create a movie trailer?
In June, I wrote about Sunspring, a movie script written in its entirety by the AI Benjamin. The resulting movie was both confusing and incoherent to the degree that it would probably win an award at any hipster movie festival.
Now 20th Century Fox has approached the team managing IBM’s Watson, and asked them to take the use of AI in movie production to the next level: Could Watson create the trailer for Fox’ recently released science fiction horror, Morgan.
How did Watson do? You be the judge of that:
More details about how this all came together can be found over at Popular Science.
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