Hayao Miyazaki Criticizes AI-Generated Zombie Clip as “Insult to Life Itself”

Hayao Miyazaki doesn’t have time for your dehumanizing, virtual bullshit. The greatest thing I’ve seen in 2016. Via @panoscosmatos pic.twitter.com/XgfexEwSKn — Aaron Stewart-Ahn (@somebadideas) December 9, 2016 In a clip from “NHK Special: Hayao Miyazaki –The One Who Never Ends” that has since gone viral, Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki responded negatively when presented with an AI-generated CGI animation by Nobuo Kawakami, chairman of Dwango Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and producer-in-training. The presentation was meant to demonstrate an artificial intelligence model that learned how to move and what that could possibly add to animation. Kawakami described these as “grotesque” and “disturbing movements that humans can’t think of,” suggesting they would be useful in a zombie game. He also comments that, “Basically there’s nothing like sensitivity to pain, and it lacks the concept of the…


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