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ROBOTS ARE TAKING OVER HOLLYWOOD – Headlines worry artificial intelligence has seized creative authority in entertainment, with movie studio executives suddenly reduced to serving virtual overlords. Though it’s widely used in multiple industries for similar purposes, much has been made about whether Hollywood decision makers are employing AI to determine which projects to greenlight. What’s next? Replacing screenwriters, actors, and producers with algorithms and software?

The answer is a decisive not yet. But that may change sooner than you realize.

Wild innovations are underway. Already, with varying levels of success, AI can predict what we want to watch, write stories, imitate familiar voices and create life-like images of people. The implications for filmmaking are limitless.

It’s terrifying, exhilarating, and what Film ♥ Data was made to for. We'll be reporting on incredible developments in technology, and what they mean for the art and business of film. Subscribe now to stay informed as the future unfolds.