George, Richard A. (2015) Narrative Generation in Entertainment: Using Artificial Intelligence Planning. Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research, 1 (1). e8. ISSN 2057-0163
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From the field of artificial intelligence (AI) there is a growing stream of technology capable of being embedded in software that will reshape the way we interact with our environment in our everyday lives. This ‘AI software’ is often used to tackle more mundane tasks that are otherwise dangerous or meticulous for a human to accomplish. One particular area, explored in this paper, is for AI software to assist in supporting the enjoyable aspects of the lives of humans. Entertainment is one of these aspects, and often includes storytelling in some form no matter what the type of media, including television, films, video games, etc. This paper aims to explore the ability of AI software to automate the story-creation and story-telling process. This is part of the field of Automatic Narrative Generator (ANG), which aims to produce intuitive interfaces to support people (without any previous programming experience) to use tools to generate stories, based on their ideas of the kind of characters, intentions, events and spaces they want to be in the story. The paper includes details of such AI software created by the author that can be downloaded and used by the reader for this purpose. Applications of this kind of technology include the automatic generation of story lines for ‘soap operas’.
|Subjects:||Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA76 Computer software|
|Depositing User:||Cherry Edmunds|
|Date Deposited:||22 Jan 2015 10:22|
|Last Modified:||04 Nov 2015 17:04|
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