AI has sufficiently developed that it can now deal with day by day tasks, drive an auto, work as a trusty shopping pal, and… compose a screenplay?

Impossible Things, an indie horror movie venture from Greenlight Essentials’ Jack Zhang, was apparently delivered (to a limited extent) by an enlarged insight programming device which dissects group of onlookers reaction information to help scholars create plot focuses that interface with viewer request. The outcome is Impossible Things, a task charged by its makers as “the scariest and creepiest horror movie out there.” The software co-composed the film’s script.