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3 Feb, 2023
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The show is completely creating by AI - from the script to the picture and sound.

Infinite AI-generated show “Nothing, Forever” has been launched on Twitch. This is a new 24/7 online show with voxel graphics in the style of the popular sitcom Seinfeld. At the time of writing news, it has over 8,000 viewers.

“Nothing, Forever” was created by the developers from Mismatch Media. According to them, all content for the project, including voices and graphics, is created by artificial intelligence. To write the script, the authors use the large language model OpenAI GPT-3, DALL-E and Stable Diffusion are responsible for the graphics, and Azure Cognitive Services is used to work with voices.

The show is made in the style of the popular sitcom Seinfeld, but the authors do not explain the reasons for the similarity. “Nothing, Forever” also has stand-up comedy scenes where the character’s jokes are accompanied by off-screen laughter, but unlike the original, the protagonist’s humor looks more awkward and goofy.

Show co-creator Skyler Hartle told Kotaku that he and his partner Brian Habersberger have been working on the project part-time for the past four years.

“The idea started out as an art project — a generative show that created ‘nothing,’ forever, that people could tune into. When we started, ChatGPT/GPT-3/Stable Diffusion didn't exist, but with the advances that have happened very recently, it's looking more and more likely that these types of shows are going to be one path into the future”, said Hartle.

On the project page, the authors wrote that “"Nothing, Forever” is a show about nothing, that happens forever. Kinda like popular sitcoms of the past.” At the same time Skyler Hartle said that the goal of this project was to enable more creators, not less, to produce content. “We want people who have limited resources to be able to realize their creative visions, and we think this kind of technology is going to be a backbone for this”, said Hartle.