“A.I. Is Not Going To Take Your Job, The Person Who Uses A.I. Well Might”


Ted Sarandos, the Netflix co-CEO, denies claims that AI threatens Hollywood’s artistic jobs.

In a brand new interview, Sarandos dismissed fears that AI would eradicate jobs and famous that technological developments improve some artistic work.

“I have more faith in humans than that. I really do. I don’t believe that an A.I. program is going to write a better screenplay than a great writer, or is going to replace a great performance, or that we won’t be able to tell the difference,” he instructed The New York Times. “A.I. is not going to take your job. The person who uses A.I. well might take your job.”

Sarandos famous that “A.I. is a natural kind of advancement of things that are happening in the creative space today, anyway.”

“Volume stages did not displace on-location shooting. Writers, directors, editors will use A.I. as a tool to do their jobs better and to do things more efficiently and more effectively,” he continued. “And in the best case, to put things onscreen that would be impossible to do.”

The Netflix govt used animation for instance, going from hand-drawn animation to computer-generated animation, saying that extra individuals are employed in animation now.

“Remember how everybody fought home video? For several decades, the studios wouldn’t license movies to television,” he added. “So every advancement in technology in entertainment has been fought and then ultimately has turned out to grow the business. I don’t know that this would be any different.”

In the identical interview, Sarandos additionally mentioned that Barbie and Oppenheimer would’ve been simply as profitable on the Netflix platform. Sarandos additionally talked about his remorse in evaluating Netflix to HBO within the early days of the streaming platform.


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