Tyler Perry Implements AI In His Films? Full Story Here

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Tyler Perry has delayed his Atlanta studio plan because of artificial intelligence concerns, achieving potential employment misfortune. While recognizing artificial intelligence’s filmmaking potential, Perry stresses over its effect on workers.

Tyler Perry’s Atlanta studio is not any more working with people, because of Artificial intelligence (AI). The actor and movie producer recently revealed in an interview that his $800 million growth plan that would have added twelve sound stages to the aforestated office has taken a secondary lounge, basically because of OpenAI’s text-to-video model Sora, which appeared on February 15, and others of its sort.

Perry said he sees huge opportunities in technology as a movie producer, but he is also contemplating the potential opportunities it would end up taking from the human labor force.

Tyler Perry said,

“I no longer would have to travel to locations. If I wanted to be in the snow in Colorado, it’s text. If I wanted to write a scene on the moon, it’s text, and this AI can generate it like nothing. If I wanted to have two people in the living room in the mountains, I don’t have to build a set in the mountains…I can sit in an office and do this with a computer, which is shocking to me.”

The film producer who is known for the Madea franchise offered the remarks explicitly in regards to Sora, OpenAI’s freshest project that switches texts over completely to videos. He also revealed that he has involved man-made intelligence in two of his forthcoming movies that will be announced soon.

He also spoke about how jobs could be eliminated because of the artificial intelligence advancements.

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Raising worries over how quickly and successfully artificial intelligence is replacing people in the labor force, Perry said,

“It makes me worry so much about all of the people in the business. Because as I was looking at it, I immediately started thinking of everyone in the industry who would be affected by this, including actors and grip and electric and transportation and sound and editors, and looking at this, I’m thinking this will touch every corner of the industry.”

“I absolutely think it has to be an all-hands-on, whole industry approach. It can’t be one union fighting every contract every two or three years. I think that it has to be everybody, all involved in this, to protect the future of our industry because it is changing rapidly, right before our eyes.”

Perry didn’t restrict his interests in regards to artificial intelligence (AI) just to the entertainment world. He proceeded to call for government contribution with regards to this issue that will be influencing everybody, from accountants, architects, nurses and all other industries.

“If you look at across the world, how it’s changing so quickly, I’m hoping that there’s a whole government approach to help everyone be able to sustain,” he said.

Meanwhile, Perry is involved with two upcoming Netflix movies, Mea Culpa and Six Triple Eight.

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