Say goodbye to Netflix user reviews, because the streaming service has announced that it will obliterate all of them from the site next month. Read more about Netflix’s latest change below.
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Well, humanity, we had a good run. We’re finally seeing the beginning of the robot revolution. Or, at least, the (probable) decline of creativity in the movie industry.
A script analysis company called ScriptBook claims that their artificial intelligence system may be the future of Hollywood. ScriptBook claims to have found a perfect algorithm for greenlighting or rejecting movies to produce maximum profit, and perhaps even win a few film awards.
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Based on everything we’ve seen thus far, theme park fans are soon going to classify all events into two separate time periods: the era before Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens, and the era afterward. Disney’s immersive new Star Wars land opens next year, and we’ve just heard about yet another way they’re going to try to create the illusion that guests are walking around in a galaxy far, far away. Better keep your heads on a swivel, because it looks like there’s going to be blaster fire flying through the air. Read More »
Soon, you’ll be able to mute more than just your uncle’s bad political opinions. Facebook has begun testing out an algorithm that will allow the social media giant to protect you from spoilers.
The website is rolling out a new feature for a small percentage of test users that would allow them to curate their News Feeds based on keywords. Which means you can stop yelling at us about the Avengers: Infinity War ending.
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Thomas Middleditch is one of the stars of HBO’s tech comedy Silicon Valley, and the most recent season involved his character having some awkward interactions with a robot powered by artificial intelligence. But the actor also has experience working with real A.I., and he’s just appeared in a new short film called Zone Out that was written and directed by an actual A.I. that named itself “Benjamin.”
Watch the latest Thomas Middleditch artificial intelligence short film below, and get a behind-the-scenes look at how the project came together. Read More »
We have to wait until 2019 to find out which characters are going to die in the next season of HBO’s Game of Thrones…or do we?
A data scientist has crafted an algorithm that’s crunched the numbers and predicted the most likely candidates to bite the dust in the upcoming eighth and final season, based on things like the characters’ houses, their title, gender, and more. So what are the most likely Game of Thrones season 8 deaths? Read on to find out. Read More »
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, the newest Harry Potter game, is now available for download on mobile devices. If you’re looking for one more little push to convince you to check it out for yourself, a new launch trailer has arrived, and you can watch it below. Read More »
MoviePass has been dominating the conversation about the theatrical experience for months, but there are a couple other players in the theatrical space who are trying to make some waves of their own. The Atom Tickets app has introduced some new functionality: the ability to pre-purchase concessions online before you arrive at the theater. Meanwhile, Fandango has debuted a robust new rewards program. Free stuff, eh? I’m listening… Read More »
Could the next studio blockbuster be funded through Bitcoin? The concept of cryptocurrency has been around for years already, but it looks like Hollywood is starting to take notice.
The producers of a planned Atari movie about the founding of the influential video game company are looking to raise as much as $40 million through a new cryptocurrency to secure enough funds to complete the film. Could this be a viable way for companies to make movies?
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While a video projector can be the cornerstone of a decent home theater system, it can also be a finicky beast. Projectors kick out a ton of heat and noise, they aren’t super portable, and they often require additional augmentation like a device to actually input a video signal, or speakers so that you can actually hear what’s happening.
That’s why I was so intrigued when I first saw an Indiegogo campaign for Anker’s Nebula Capsule Projector last fall. It actually seemed too good to be true. A projector that was the size of a Coke can, with a speaker built in that was running a version of Android with video apps? For under $500? (It retails on Amazon right now for $300). The prospect was so exciting that I threw caution to the wind and backed the campaign.
I wanted to understand if the Nebula Capsule really could do everything it claimed to. More importantly, I wanted to see if it could help me realize a long-time dream: Watching Netflix projected on my ceiling while lying in bed. Keep reading for our full Nebula Capsule Projector review.
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