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Could WWE enhance or replace Creative with Machine Learning?

Just reading an article at lunch about how IBM’s Watson was used to formulate a recent commercial. As machine learning becomes more prevalent in various industries, including entertainment is it possible that WWE might invest in it? Rather than rely on thirty screenwriters, might algorithms instead be used to gauge what would connect with the fan base? Of course, final call would remain with Vince and Levesque.

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Re: Could WWE enhance or replace Creative with Machine Learning?

A modern day toaster could out-write WWE's staff, so yeah AI would probably do ok.
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Re: Could WWE enhance or replace Creative with Machine Learning?

Now there's your way to start the robocalypse, Vince yelling at an AI for 20 hours a day, you might as well just start the endoskeleton production now and be done with it.


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