Yup, AI can finally do everything we can do, but better. I went over to one of the neural nets and had it generate an adventure plot for me based on the first two sentences from Amazon's blurb for Descent into Avernus. The computer GM's pitch was as follows (bold parts taken from the module's own description to seed the algorithm):
"Welcome to Baldur’s Gate, a city of ambition and corruption. You’ve just started your adventuring career, but already find yourself embroiled in a plot that sprawls from the shadows of Baldur’s Gate to the front lines of the planes-spanning Blood War! In a world that, at times, is divided into four parts:
1) The North and the South
2) The north, the North, the South and the South.
3) The North and the South.
4) The North.
What’s going on here? How is Baldur’s Gate up to the North? You have to play through this to get it all the way to your destination. . .In the Middle of the Sun.
The North is a world of intrigue, intrigue, intrigue, intrigue and intrigue. It’s a big, complicated world, and all the secrets in Baldur’s Gate are hidden under a very mysterious layer of mystery."
naughty word guys, I think Skynet nailed it.