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Can AI fix the Game of Thrones’ ending?

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AI bots are the raging craze right now – people are using them for all sorts of purposes; from creating breathtaking scenarios and portraits to writing poems and essays. Even though they raise a moral and ethical question, AI chatbots can actually be used to do something really good, i.e., fix the finale of Game of Thrones.

 
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What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is an AI language model, the GPT stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer. Released only a few months ago, it is already considered the fastest-growing consumer application in history. The app hit 100 million monthly active users in just a few months. Although the core function of a chatbot is to mimic a human conversationalist, ChatGPT is versatile. For example, it can write and debug computer programs, compose music, teleplays, fairy tales, and student essays; answer test questions (sometimes, depending on the test, at a level above the average human test-taker); write poetry and song lyrics; emulate a Linux system; simulate an entire chat room; play games like tic-tac-toe; and simulate an ATM.

How can AI modify the Game of Thrones ending?

OpenAI co-founder and president Greg Brockman and creator of ChatGPT appeared on a panel in Austin, Texas at SXSW 2023 where he talked about using AI to write better stories without ever feeling tired. “You think of today, where everyone watches the same TV show, and maybe people are still upset about the last season of Game of Thrones,” Bruckman said. “Imagine if you could ask your AI to make a new ending that goes a different way, and maybe even put yourself in there as a main character or something.”

Sample of a Game of Thrones story written by ChatGPT:

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Polygon‘s Nicole Carpenter asked ChatGPT to write some Game of Thrones fanfiction that makes Daenerys Targaryen the hero, “teaming up with Jon Snow to battle White Walkers, who are invading King’s Landing.” She also asked it to add her into to story, riding a dragon.

“As the sun rose over King’s Landing, Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow led the charge against the White Walkers. The two heroes fought side by side, with Daenerys riding atop her mighty dragon, Drogon, and Jon wielding his Valyrian steel sword, Longclaw.

As the battle raged on, the White Walkers seemed to have the upper hand. But then, out of nowhere, Nicole Carpenter appeared, riding her own dragon, which she had secretly hatched and trained.

Together, the three dragon riders unleashed a fierce barrage of flames on the White Walkers, pushing them back and weakening their forces. Jon and Daenerys fought valiantly on the ground, cutting down any White Walkers who dared to approach them.

Finally, the last of the White Walkers fell, and King’s Landing was saved. Daenerys and Jon embraced, both grateful to have made it out alive. And as for Nicole, she flew off on her dragon, ready for whatever adventure lay ahead.

In the end, Daenerys Targaryen was hailed as the true hero of Westeros, having saved the realm from the ultimate threat. And while Jon Snow remained by her side as her loyal partner, Nicole Carpenter had made her own mark on history, riding a dragon into battle and proving that even the most unlikely heroes can rise to the occasion when their world needs them most.”

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