2023 sees the Writers Guild of America stage a protracted strike, in part due to major studios’ proposals that fail to regulate the use of AI at all. After all, new WGA agreement The hits included regulations determining that AI-generated material would not be considered source material, allowing authors to retain their ordinary rights even when AI-generated material was used. Studios will also be prevented from forcing writers to use AI and will be required to notify them when the technology is used, regardless of the project they are working on. This is all a big win for the guild.
However, there are still many issues surrounding AI and the film industry. During Disney is busy making digital versions of its extrasand accordingly create an AI task force to do this Reuters“touch nearly every corner of the company”, that’s not the only risk We’ll see terrible movies written by artificial intelligenceHowever, this artificial intelligence will decide which films will be given the green light in the first place. As most of us are now aware, these so-called intelligent systems are for now trained on existing data sets – that is, until they are called General Artificial Intelligence. This raises the important question of whether a film like “Oppenheimer” would actually be allowed in a studio system driven by emerging technology.
Luckily, as long as filmmakers like Nolan sound the alarm and the creators like what’s behind them, ‘Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse’ claims AI isn’t the future of animationThere is some hope that AI will not be allowed to become this century’s version of the atomic bomb.