The last couple weeks I've been thinking of writing some fiction and the idea rolling around in my head is that of a tech founder who is whiz bang smart and on an incredible mission. She (or he, haven't decided yet) is equally pulled in the direction of a love interest who she could see spending all of her time with, her beloved.
I've also been playing around with the idea of testing a few artificial intelligence tools to support my writing. The story below was generated by AI. I made a few modifications, but this could be fun.
The year is 2045 and Robin Fast's success was anything but overnight.
With $500 million in total funding, the last decade of her life spent in the lab, and after a lot of trial-and-error, she made a breakthrough. A quantum computing chip that learned to write fiction on its own!
It only took seconds for her investors and partners to fall in love with it: The artificial intelligence had an uncanny ability to captivate readers by conjuring up relatable characters and suspenseful plots, while still maintaining literary integrity.
Now media companies across the globe were lining up to license her technology. The Universals and Warners of the world would have to wait as Robin has set up partnerships five years ago with tech companies with grand visions of becoming the largest film production companies in the world.
They were so enamored with it; they couldn't stop with just one AI writer--they created more programs until their research department became full of these little genius' writing stories day in and out producing them into books, theme parks, toys, video games, web series, and movies.
Her time had come.
The possibilities here are interesting.
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