A TV show with no ending

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TV show finales could be the latest thing to be made obsolete by AI, as we stand at the cusp of AI-generated TV shows that never end. But who wants to watch the same TV show forever? And what does it mean for the future of the entertainment industry and how we consume content?


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A never-ending stream of entertainment

AI and the future of the entertainment industry

Still sad about the Friends finale? Angry about how they ended Game of Thrones? Or just plain confused about that weird Sopranos ending?

Well, maybe you’ll never have to deal with the emotional roller coaster of a season finale ever again, as never-ending AI-generated content becomes a reality with each passing day.

AI-generated TV shows and movies aren’t quite here yet. But we’re already getting glimpses of what the future of entertainment will look like:

  • The latest Indiana Jones movie used AI to de-age Harrison Ford.

  • Kendrick Lamar used AI to morph his face into different celebrities in this music video.

  • Marvel used AI to create the opening credits for Secret Invasion.

  • This TikTok creator is using AI to make himself look like Tom Cruise and he’s generating hundreds of millions of views.

We’re standing on the cusp of artificially generated content that could theoretically never end. According to futurist Sinéad Bovell, "Generative artificial intelligence also means that say we don't want a movie or a series to end. It doesn't have to, you could use AI to continue to generate more episodes and other sequels and have this kind of ongoing storyline."

If we take this logic further, we could also see hyper-personalized content that’s created just for us. Imagine getting an AI generated album from your favourite artist every week. Or a brand new movie starring actors who are no longer alive, like a new romcom with Marylin Monroe and Frank Sinatra.

While this sounds like a compelling proposition for consumers, it’s mostly bad news for actors, writers, and other professionals working in the media industry. Hollywood studios are already investing heavily in generative AI, and many professionals working in the industry are afraid to lose their jobs.

In fact, AI sits at the top of industries looking to increase spending in AI, according to a recent survey:

Source: Lucidworks

But do we really want TV shows that never end? And will we ever watch movies that don’t feature real humans? Only time will tell.

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Paralyzed woman ‘speaks’ via digital avatar

Image created with Midjourney

In a groundbreaking study conducted by the University of California, researchers from UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley worked together with Edinburgh's Speech Graphics to develop a communication system which enabled a woman paralyzed by stroke to "speak" with the help of a digital avatar that uses brain-computer interface (BCI).

The BCI device recorded electrical signals emitted by the patient's brain, which were then analyzed by an AI system to identify more than 1,000 distinct words. The person can now speak and use a computerized voice that sounds similar to her pre-paralyzed voice. The on-screen character is also getting better at showing emotions without speaking. Read more


How to use the inpainting feature in Midjourney

Use the prompt below to generate reference image:

a young woman with sunglasses and dark hair, wearing a plain black t-shirt and dark denim jeans with light color background --style raw 

Now, type /settings , press enter and click 'remix mode' from options below.

Select the Vary(Region) option to get a text box in your editor which will allow you to change or modify the prompt for the region. In the example below, we asked it to swap the black t shirt with a pink one.

Here’s the result:


Inappropriate toys for kids

Source: u/InkSlinger1983 on Reddit

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