‘Plagiarism machines’: Hollywood writers and studios battle over the future of AI

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By Dawn Chmielewski and Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hollywood writers have for decades penned sci-fi scripts featuring machines taking over the World. Now, they are fighting to make sure robots do not take their jobs. The Writers Guild of America is seeking to restrict the use of artificial intelligence in writing film and television scripts. Hollywood studios, battling to make streaming services profitable and dealing with shrinking ad revenues, have rejected that idea, saying they would be open to discussing new technologies once a year, according to the guild. A spokesperson for t…

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