"When I was first starting out, I had the same agent as Agatha Christie. I was about 19 years old and she was in her nineties. I met her once, and I remember she said, 'I want to die face-first in my typewriter.' And I feel that way."
In its final season, Game of Thrones dispensed almost entirely with trying to make sense of its characters’ internal motivations—let alone the complex political reality that its psychological realism initially helped create.
AI is quite successful in poetry because it’s able to create something that leaves enough ambiguity so the reader can use a lot of their creativity to bring the poems to life. But when you turn to [longform] literature, AI has been quite unsuccessful.