There are many people that ask this question. It’s a good question, and we need to ask it. We need to find out how much of an impact this could have on our lives. This is just one of the questions we’ll be discussing here.
AI has already been used to replace human employees with intelligently created intelligent systems. However, the human beings still have some level of employment in this example. Now, this may not be a true example of AI being useful for human employment, but you get the idea.
What if artificial intelligence were to be able to copy people? Would that mean we would have to go through all of the entire process of casting again? Would it mean we had to rely on live actors and actresses again?
That may seem to be a lot of trouble and a whole new stage of acting teachers, but all of these things will all be possible when artificial intelligence becomes more advanced. The possibilities are endless.
It is said that audiences like to see older, wiser, and more experienced actors in a movie or on screen. Some say it’s because of their ability to connect with the audience better than younger actors.
I believe that the success of both “The Ring”Amadeus” stemmed from the difference in experience. Both movies had actors who played against the odds to win at all costs, but they also had actors who were able to connect with their audiences and say the right lines, because they knew how to communicate on stage.
This ancient art form and its underlying nature have survived the centuries, so it stands to reason that it will continue to survive and be perfected for the long haul. So, in a few years, hopefully we will have a much more advanced version of “The Ring” film than we had today.
I think this all leads us to ask, how much does artificial intelligence in acting to help the industry? How much of a value will it add? Will it replace actors entirely?
As a result of the success of “The Lord of the Rings “film, the Peter Jackson’s company produced a sequel called “The Hobbit” (this time with the assistance of the Hobbit’s composer, Howard Shore). Now, it looks like this new film will likely follow the same format as the first “Lord of the Rings” film, but with more realistic acting and more actors using computers to help them communicate better on stage.
And now, let’s talk about what’s ahead for our future. The “Harry Potter” series is coming up and will probably keep the fandom going for many years to come.
We will be watching this “Potter” series all the way through, with endless stories being created and new characters coming into play. Does that mean actors will be forced to leave the stage altogether? Will that mean humans will become less important on screen?