AI Comes for the Supremes – Roberts issues warning
Rolling Stone tries its hand at listing the 1op 150 SF Films of all Time. Operative word? “Tries”
When I saw this headline, I immediately thought of Dark Man. But this is not about that. Great Wall of China gets help from a “living skin”
Star Wars is too woke. (Hey, everyone is sharing this, so we figured, why not as well?)
AI Comes for the Journalists (Roberts probably doesn’t care about that)
Brin on 2001: A Space Odyssey’s legacy (Mini Editorial: THE most successful SF Film of all time (don’t talk to me about science fantasy films), that directly involved a science fiction author in the creative process, from inception through scripting, a film that is held up as the benchmark for SF film that no other film has matched or exceeded in nearly 60 years, the SF film that still influences every SF film production today and yet, the message Hollywood took away was – keep the SF author as far away from creative input as is possible. Is it any wonder that 6 decades on the most an SF film can aspire to is “almost as good as 2001”?)
“So far, nothing but slush”. A comment by author Tom Easton that, depending upon context, could be about publishing, or about the weather.