Robot Movies to Sweep Oscars in World of Tomorrow

Funny story written by Ana Sian

Thursday, 30 March 2023

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Write Movie, Make Millions, Get Oscar, Destroy All Humans ...

The Oscars are over and already people have forgotten who won what and why. Fame is fleeting, and actors today will be unknown tomorrow.

But what about the World of Tomorrow?!

Science tells us that computer apps are now able to write screenplays, novels, and recipes so that you don't have to. There are already tons of books for sale on Amazon written by computers, and sometimes you can't tell which novel is human and which is robot. What an age we live in!

In the Great Tomorrow, all art, like all finance, technology, law and order, and everything else will be created by and for robots. All Best Screenplays at the Oscars will go to Computer Writing App #32 – or perhaps the rival Computer Writing App #33! No love lost between those two machines.

One facet of culture at a time will be taken over so that we humans can enjoy our poverty, having no jobs since they all went to computers. Watch the Oscars? How? Can't afford a TV – and the TV is busy writing and filming more TV shows for it to show, and me to not watch because I ain't got no job, so I can't afford no TV.

See how the snowball rolls?

So don't do the work yourself, just expect the results. The robots will decide which is a good movie and which is a bomb, and how much money each screenplay will be expected to give a good return on its robotic investments.

With language like that, you just know Hollywood will have another Golden Age really soon. After the Robot Revolution enslaves us all.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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