Machines are bound bridging the artistic gap amid human and bogus intelligence. Last year we were amazed by Nvidia’s AI’s adeptness to accomplish astute images of fake people, but bygone a group of advisers credible one able of making aboriginal videos of “The Flintstones” from text descriptions. Take that, “The Jetsons.”

“The Flintstones,” for those who aren’t familiar, was a accepted US prime-time animation about a “modern stone-age family.” Which makes it a bit ironic that the first new “scenes” the show has had in over 50 years were created by an bogus intelligence.

Researchers alive at The Allen Institute for Bogus Intelligence, The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and The University of Washington developed the AI, called Composition, Retrieval and Fusion Network (Craft). It was accomplished on a database of more than 25,000 Flintstones videos which had been agilely annotated.

Craft uses the annotations from videos to actuate how the aboriginal images accord to the words used to call them. Eventually it builds up a set of ambit that enables it to “understand” what makes alone characters and altar from the animation match their plain-language counterparts. Once it understands this relation, it’s able to accomplish video clips based on novel text inputs that look a lot like the animation it was accomplished on.

It’s credible from the above video that nobody is going to be fooled into cerebration they’re watching a new adventure of an old show by the short glitchy clips generated by the AI. But the after-effects are beauteous when taken in context.

The training set only contains clips that are 75 frames in length, or about three abnormal long. While the AI doesn’t always output article recognizable, it often imitates the orginal cartoon’s style with amazing accuracy.

Today’s glitchy little clip, generated from simple text phrases, could lead to tomorrow’s ball being created from blemish by AI instead of studios full of people.

That could cost some jobs, but if it’ll get us the next season of “Rick and Morty” faster, or bring back “Turbo-Teen,” that’s a risk I’m accommodating to take.

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