Could AI Replace the Traditional Creative Process?
It’s a question many are asking. The past few months have seen the film industry test AI-powered solutions to actually make art, not just inform it.
Sure, these are early days. But it’s only natural to wonder what the future of creation will look like as a result: Is AI a creative friend, or a future competitor? And what kind of data helps inform an AI that creates, versus just iterating past human patterns?
In a session that may yield even more questions than answers, Marina Pavlovic Rivas of Gradiant AI (formerly LLimn) will explore with creatives and stakeholders the future of creativity in collaboration with the machine mind. The panel will take place at the Cannes International Series Festival during the MIPTV, the largest global distribution market and leading TV & online content development event.