Artificial Intelligence in the Body and Film Industry: Challenges and Opportunities
Since the beginning of this year, a serious conflict between actors and film studios has been observed in Hollywood. Actors are demanding higher salaries, pension contributions, improved medical insurance, and protection of their rights. However, their demands have been further intensified by the spread of artificial intelligence (AI) in the film industry.
In an attempt to improve working conditions for actors, television and film studios offered them over $1 billion, including protection from competition with AI. However, this offer does not solve the problem, and actors continue to take to the streets for protests.
Not only actors are facing the threat of AI replacing them. In May, Hollywood screenwriters also began to strike, partly as a result of the proliferation of AI in the scriptwriting process. All of this indicates that the television and film industry is facing serious challenges related to the implementation of AI.
Artificial intelligence and neural networks are playing an increasingly important role in the television and film industry. They can be used to create realistic special effects, character animations, and improve scripts. Thanks to AI, it is possible to create films that were previously thought to be impossible.
However, the emergence of AI raises concerns among actors and screenwriters. They fear that AI may replace them and they will lose their jobs. In light of these concerns, actors are demanding protection from competition with AI, and screenwriters are demanding improved conditions in the face of increasing automation.
Artificial intelligence and neural networks have the potential to change the television and film industry. They can provide new opportunities for creating more realistic and captivating films. However, this also raises concerns about the replacement of humans in the industry. In order to successfully cope with the challenges associated with AI, it is necessary to develop appropriate rules and laws that protect the rights of actors, screenwriters, and other industry participants. Only through cooperation and adaptation to changes will the television and film industry be able to successfully implement AI and use its advantages while minimizing potential negative consequences.