Barry Diller on Sunday expressed his concern over the “collapse of the industry as a whole” if the Hollywood writers and actors’ strike continues for a long time.
during an appearance on face the nation The former CEO of Paramount Pictures and billionaire media mogul expressed his skepticism towards the perceived threat of artificial intelligence in the film industry.
He added that the concept is “overhyped” and that AI will not replace human talent in the film business.
Diller said that AI has been “overhyped to die” and that “authors will aid, not replace,” while “most of these actual performing crafts, I don’t think they’re at risk of artificial intelligence.” Are.”
Meanwhile, during its five-week negotiations with the union, The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers offered “an unprecedented AI proposal that protects the digital likeness of actors for SAG-AFTRA members,” but SAG refused. AFTRA’s chief negotiator Crabtree-Ireland expressed displeasure over this. He.
He explained, “This ‘unprecedented’ AI proposal that they gave us yesterday, they proposed that our background artists should be able to scan, get a day’s pay, and have their companies share that scan, their image, should own their likeness and be able to use it on any project in perpetuity, without consent and without compensation.”
“So if you think this is an unprecedented proposition, I suggest you think again,” he concluded.