How AI will change storytelling and become the next great art form

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  1. Paul Bellow

    Paul Bellow Forum Game Master Staff Member Shop Owner LitRPG Author Citizen Aspiring Writer

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    It seems self-defeating for the former head of Oculus Stories Studios and current founder and executive producer of VR startup Fable to declare AI, not virtual reality, the next big art form. Especially considering that, aside from him, nobody knows what that means.

    TNW talked to Fable founderEdward Saatchi about his company’s pivot away from focusing on just making stories in VR. He told us that the future of entertainment was “virtual beings,” non-living characters powered by AI that interact with humans.

    How AI will change storytelling and become the next great art form
     
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    Kidlike101 Level 17 (Theurgist) Citizen

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    So someone is trying to turn "the Diamond age" by Neal Stephenson into a reality.

    A book where the events unfold interactively depending on the reader's personality, choices and current life event.

    ... didn't they try this once with twitter? Within a day the AI was racist, masochistic, nazi spewing hate speech and had to be deleted. It took the internet one day to work it's magic lol!!!
     
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    I think it's giving the AI less control in these case - ie there's still a human writer with talent behind the stories. Good read!
     




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