AI-generated Infinite Seinfeld 🤖😋🧠

Nothing, Forever is a show about nothing, that happens forever. Kinda like popular sitcoms of the past, except that it never stops.

What's up brains,

It's time for another dose of techy fun in this edition of Bot Eat Brain, the newsletter that always invites you to sit with the cool kids at lunch.

Today we're talking about breakups using ChatGPT and infinitely generated television.

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In this issue:

  • Watch AI-generated Seinfeld, forever 🛋️

  • Breaking up, ChatGPT style 💞

  • Generate a video only using text 😯

  • Netflix being blasted for using AI-generated art in anime 🖼

Infinite Seinfeld: 24/7 AI-Generated TV 🛋️

So your favorite show just ended and now there's nothing to watch. Bummer.

If only you could get more of the show you loved. If only there was an infinite amount of the show you loved. RIGHT??

Alright, maybe no one asked for this, but we're getting it anyway.

This week synthetic media company Mismatch Media launched an infinitely generated facsimile of everyone's favorite sitcom about nothing: Seinfeld.

You can watch it here. Right now. Live. Forever.

Nothing, Forever is a show about nothing, that happens forever. Kinda like popular sitcoms of the past, except that it never stops.

- Mismatch Media

The show is streamed in all its infinite glory on where they are fast approaching 100,000 followers and is accompanied by a nearly equally limitless number of comments left by human viewers.

The bot that generates the video seems to take some queues from this chat, incorporating the things they mention into the "plot".

Type monkeys into the chat and "Jerry" might crack wise about apes in the next scene.

Is the show good? Absolutely not.

The plot is non-existent, the video is so low-res that it can be difficult to figure out who is speaking exactly, the dialogue makes minimal sense, and the laugh track plays seemingly at random.

And yet... somehow it's funny. In a weird meta-humor way it kind of all works. Turn on Nothing, Forever and you might get sucked in for the length of an episode.

Occasionally, it stumbles into truly funny concepts such as Kramer planning a trip to the beach around rainstorms so that he won't tan too quickly:

Seeing an AI do its best job trying to imitate something so familiar to us manages to be equal parts uncanny, disturbing, nostalgic, and maybe even cute.

Our predictions for what's coming next 🔮

  • This was the first show to be mined for infinite content, but it won't be the last! Expect copy-cats galore and maybe even some hits.

Your $1,000,000 ideas 🤑

  • Stand out: If you want to join the fray, find a way to stand out. What if you mixed two shows together? What if you let the viewer insert themselves into the show? Find a way to interesting and you could be the next show to take off.

  • Quick win: You know there are copycats coming but you don't know how to do this yourself. Well if there are TV shows then where is the TV menu? You could score a quick win and complete the modern coach-potato experience by curating all existing AI-generated TV shows and throwing up a website that lets you channel surf.

The Love Bot: ChatGPT's Role in Romance 💞

A screenshot of the following prompt input into ChatGPT "Write a heartwarming break up text for someone I've been dating for 9 months." ChatGPT responds with a multi-paragraph break-up letter.

Today, we're exploring the wacky world of AI chatbots and their role in our love lives.

Are you tired of the stress and anxiety that comes with breaking up with your partner?

Do you struggle with crafting the perfect intro message on dating apps?

Fear not, because ChatGPT is here to save the day... or is it?

That's right brains, the internet is buzzing with people using ChatGPT to help them break up with their partners.

Instead of sweating over the right words, they're asking the bot to write a "heartwarming breakup text" for them.

"Copy and paste that sh*t and you're done!" says one TikTok user.

Some users are even having ChatGPT write their intro messages on dating apps.

"I love wine," the chatbot offers one user. "Where is your favorite place to drink wine in Copenhagen?" asks another.

But here's the thing, using AI to automate your interactions in romantic relationships might seem like a convenient solution, but it won't bring the solution you hope it will.

As the author of a recent blog post says, "it’s a muscle you have to build if you want intimate relationships with another person."

So, while it may be tempting to lean on ChatGPT for a little assistance in love, don't forget the importance of building those relationship muscles and doing the hard work yourself.


  • Some people are starting to use ChatGPT to write their breakup texts

  • Others use the famous chatbot to write their intros on dating apps

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