Oscar winner Nicolas Cage (“Leaving Las Vegas”) rejects the use of artificial intelligence in films. “AI is a nightmare for me,” the 59-year-old said on Yahoo Entertainment. “It’s inhumane. You can’t be more brutal than an AI.”
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The Hollywood star also described his confusion over his brief appearance as Superman in the superhero film released in June “the light” – He recorded a completely different scene on set: What he was actually supposed to do was “literally stand in an alternate dimension, if you will, and watch the universe get destroyed,” Cage explained. For about three hours, he’s in front of the camera trying to convey emotion with his eyes. .
But then: “When I saw the movie, I was fighting a huge spider. I didn’t do that. That’s not what I did.” Cage confirmed that he considered this scene to be computer animation and not the work of artificial intelligence. “I think they did something to him, something beyond my control.”
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