Written by a LTSM neural network, the short film Sunspring is surprisingly good given its more-poetic-than-narrative dialogue. Of course humans still have a role to perform designing and fabricating costumes, rendering CGI, and of course acting on-screen, so it’s not as if this was completely engineered by artificial intelligence – but it’s as good as it gets:
The full, 9-minute short film is available exclusively on Ars Technica: watch it here.
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