I’m often asked to speak on how we are progressing with artificial intelligence and how it can be more human. Well, we are seeing some incredible and weird creative artificial intelligence (AI) and I wanted to showcase some examples.Maybe this is the future of creativity and we just need to get used to a new way of processing how AI sees our world and endear ourselves to it? And, maybe these mistakes are truly just terrible ideas. Let’s take a look…Olive Garden Commercial Written By Bots with Professional VoicesKeatonPatti made a bot watch over 1000 hours of Olive Garden commercials and then asked it to write an Olive Garden commercial of its own. We then put it into production (link).\u30af\u30ed\u30ec\u30c3\u30c4\u30df\u30f3\u30c8\u30bf\u30d6CM\u300c\u90fd\u4f1a\u300d\u7bc7 \uff5c\u30af\u30ed\u30bf\u30d6 \u30b9\u30c3\u30ad\u30eaCM\u56fd\u6c11\u6295\u7968 \u4eba\u9593vs\u4eba\u5de5\u77e5\u80fd (Japanese Clorets Ad)In 2015, advertising agency McCann Japan’s creative planner Shun Matsuzaka created a projects called the “creative genome project” in which he wanted to create the world’s first Artificial Intelligence creative director, capable of directing a TV commercial. Here is what it created.Zach Braff performs the final monologue of a Scrubs script written by a computer.In which I perform the final monologue of a Scrubs script written by a computer. Happy Holidays. pic.twitter.com\/49ftogeB05— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) December 18, 2017Sunspring\u00a0(short film)In the wake of Google’s AI Go victory, filmmaker Oscar Sharp turned to his technologist collaborator Ross Goodwin to build a machine that could write screenplays. They created “Jetson” and fueled him with hundreds of sci-fi TV and movie scripts. Building a team including Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO’s Silicon Valley, they gave themselves 48 hours to shoot and edit whatever Jetson decided to write.It’s no game (short film)In this day and age, just how useful are “writers” anyway? The filmmakers behind ‘Sunspring’ have come back with a new short starring David Hasselhoff, Tom Payne, Tim Guinee, Sarah Hay, and Jake Broder. Once again, they’ve enlisted the help of “Benjamin,” an A.I. programmed by Ross Goodwin to write screenplays.Nikolas Badminton is a world-leading Futurist Speaker and is available to speak at your event.\u00a0Contact him\u00a0to discuss how to engage and inspire your audience. You can also see more of Nikolas\u2019 thoughts on my Futurist Speaker VLOGs as he published them in this\u00a0Youtube playlist. Please\u00a0SUBSCRIBE\u00a0to my Youtube channel so that you don\u2019t miss any as they come up. You can see more of his thoughts on\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Twitter, and bookmarked research on\u00a0Tumblr.