Guy forces bot to watch < 1k hours Batman movies, asks it to write a Batman movie of its own

8byte

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People still find them funny, enough that many are quoting it here and might use it for future reference. Keaton Patti did his job of staying memorable.
Honestly I'm just really *really* out of touch with meme culture. They were novel to me 10 years ago, but now it just feels like people rehashing ideas as fast as they can in an effort to become social media influencers or gain some kind of clout to market their social accounts...all the while people creating real, genuine content (artists, comedians, musicians) struggle to find any footing because society can't pay attention to anything for more than 60 god damn seconds.

I genuinely hate memes.
 

BisghettiOs

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Honestly I'm just really *really* out of touch with meme culture. They were novel to me 10 years ago, but now it just feels like people rehashing ideas as fast as they can in an effort to become social media influencers or gain some kind of clout to market their social accounts...all the while people creating real, genuine content (artists, comedians, musicians) struggle to find any footing because society can't pay attention to anything for more than 60 god damn seconds.

I genuinely hate memes.
What does that have to do with the subject of this thread? This *is* “real, genuine content”. This is as funny a script as you’ll find in anything. This is genuinely great comedy writing that requires just as much work and talent as any other short-form comedy writing. You’re being an old-fart format snob.
 

8byte

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What does that have to do with the subject of this thread? This *is* “real, genuine content”. This is as funny a script as you’ll find in anything.
It's a cover of an idea that's been done 40 times before (by the same dude). Anyway, I'm not gonna chill out in the thread, yall enjoy what you enjoy. I shouldn't have posted in here, lol. Have a good one.
 

Akira86

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Honestly I'm just really *really* out of touch with meme culture. They were novel to me 10 years ago, but now it just feels like people rehashing ideas as fast as they can in an effort to become social media influencers or gain some kind of clout to market their social accounts...all the while people creating real, genuine content (artists, comedians, musicians) struggle to find any footing because society can't pay attention to anything for more than 60 god damn seconds.

I genuinely hate memes.
he's a comedy writer. so this is what a comedy writer does with their social media
 

muteKi

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Has any of these types of "bot-created script" ever been real?
Most of them, at least a majority of the most-viral ones are of a form similar to those "use autocorrect to finish this sentence" memes.
Something like the ones minmaxlr did here are trained on actual data and are what we'd think of as 'true' neural net output.
I'm pretty sure the ones from this guy are all completely faked, as in done by hand, though.
 

Tarantism

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Honestly I'm just really *really* out of touch with meme culture. They were novel to me 10 years ago, but now it just feels like people rehashing ideas as fast as they can in an effort to become social media influencers or gain some kind of clout to market their social accounts...all the while people creating real, genuine content (artists, comedians, musicians) struggle to find any footing because society can't pay attention to anything for more than 60 god damn seconds.

I genuinely hate memes.
I share your concerns. I would also add that I think they stunt conversations.

But I don't think this is a meme, just a gag that got stale for you. It would be a meme if everyone was making variations or quoting it all over social media.
 

KojiKnight

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Oct 25, 2017
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I can't. This is amazing.

No he didn't, and no such a bot does not exist. If you ever hear of an AI take one medium, and turn it into another you 100% know it's fake. If the OP claimed "Thousands of batman scripts" and printed out a script, this can totally happen... but there is no bot that can "watch movies" and produce scripts.
 

Traxus

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This premise is beyond stupid. Title should read "Guy writes 1 page of a comedy script, claims it's written by bot to maximize viewcount" x20
 

Grym

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Alfred, Batman's loyal batler, carries a tray of goth ham.
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Joker:
I have never followed a rule. That is my rule. Do you follow? I don't.
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I have tears
 

GaimeGuy

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Oct 25, 2017
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The mental image of Michael Caine doing flips after getting launched by two face, then sticking the landing like a gold medalist in gymnastics, is amazing.
 

canseesea

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I'm sitting here waiting to get a tire replaced after mine blew out on the freeway, and I damn near broke out in tears by the time I got happy batday birthman. It broke me.