Let’s confront the elephant in the room of this discussion: Artificial Intelligence (AI) screenwriting programs are incapable of producing great scripts. Although there’s a prevailing notion on social media that AI will soon take over the screenwriting industry, it’s essential not to be swayed by the hype of AI writing. I’ve been fortunate enough to see the demos by some of the most powerful writing AI out there. Most of the content that the AI creates when it comes to actually writing a screenplay is usually a combination of pure oddness accompanied by a clear uncanny valley effect throughout. The best analogy is autocorrect. When autocorrection came about, it literally finished our sentences. It could never read our collective minds and write our texts, emails, and documents for us. And even today, it still makes mistakes and odd assumptions with the most simple of sentences. That’s AI screenwriting. It is only somewhat effective when there’s a human pilot making corrections, adjustments, and creative decisions to line the otherwise random pieces of content together to create a cohesive story. It may luck out now and then with some scenes. But it will never replace a screenwriter. At best, it’ll be a tool, like autocorrect. It may write a scene with dialogue and action, but only with prompts from humans. And even after that, a human will need to rewrite the script for it to be a cohesive story. And that human is a screenwriter. With that said, I did discover […]

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