COPENHAGEN — It was last summer that Fox studios put its trust in a supercomputer to help create a trailer for its new thriller-horror movie.
It’s a prime example of a time when filmmakers were comfortable putting a step in the creative process in the hands of a machine. In a world where technological advances, including the rise artificial intelligence, have become the subject of so much research, will we see more companies in the movie industry becoming reliant on AI?
Jim R. Smith (pictured), IBM fellow and manager of multimedia and vision, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, discussed the intersection between creativity and AI to an audience at the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival on Monday.
So, can artificial intelligence be creative?
“Not yet on its own, but clearly, artificial intelligence working together with creative human persons has a great potential to produce things which go beyond what we do
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