On Hollowhood, “the best independent film magazine in the UK”, AI Biographies is a dark spoof celeb documentary series by actor and comedian Chris Devon. The series launches with an AI biography on James Corden.
What happens when the task of telling the stories of some of the most well-known people in the world is given to artificial intelligence?
AI Biographies, a new miniseries created by voice actor and comedian Chris Devon, demonstrates that even if you are one of the most talked-about stars on the planet, computers can make hilarious mistakes.
These brief biographies of some of the most well-known figures in the entertainment industry use software that generates text based on AI, but they very quickly fall short of expectations, resulting in chaos almost immediately. In just a few seconds, the multimillion-selling singer and songwriter Taylor Swift uses a mysterious virus and nuclear bombs to take over the world, Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway is in prison for two years, and Michael Sheen turns out to be both Oprah Winfrey and the Pope.
The series is narrated by creator Chris Devon, who combines footage to leave you just uneasy enough to believe that the internet is finally taking over.
“In the creative industries, AI is an extremely controversial topic of conversation,” explains Chris Devon. “Hopefully AI Biographies demonstrates that computers still have quite a way to go before they ultimately enslave us all. Which they will. I just need to make a few quid beforehand.”
Chris Devon is a voice actor and comedian who has narrated numerous humorous audiobooks and produced comedy sketches that have been seen by millions of people on Instagram and Tiktok. The Poke, World Book Day, and BBC Upload all featured him.
He resembles Victor Lewis-Smith, Charlie Brooker, and Philomena Cunk, according to fans. He has the wit of Satan and the voice of an angel, according to AI.
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