AI in the movie industry has a way to go to produce the next set of Oscar-winners

In the Press


"The usual host of awards including best screenplay and best visual effects came up at the 2019 Oscars last night. While AI in the movie industry is unlikely to be writing award-winning scripts anytime soon, it is already at work behind the scenes."

Verne's Director of Deep Learning, Vas Kapsalis, was recently quoted in an article regarding where AI could have an impact in the moving making industry and how far it still has to come to make that impact. AI is not yet at the point where it is able to write scripts, however movie companies are using AI to sort through scripts to discover which ones are more likely to be blockbusters and which are likely to fail.

Read the full article here: https://issuu.com/atmltd/docs/dcnn-feb2019/46


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