From computer-generated “extras” to AI “zombies,” new restrictions against the use of artificial intelligence in Hollywood were set out by the actors’ union Friday.
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) reached a deal with studios like Disney and Netflix this week to end its nearly four-month strike. Its board members on Friday voted 86% in favor of ratifying the agreement.
Besides a 7% minimum pay increase, and a new $40 million-per-year fund to transfer a portion of revenues for hit shows from studios to actors, AI guardrails were a key part of talks.
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