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Nicolas Cage says he is “terrified” of and against the use of artificial intelligence

The actor Nicolas Cage 60, said he was “terrified” of artificial intelligence to recreate people — and was against the tool in art. The statement was made in an interview with The New Yorker magazine, released on Monday (8).

The artist, known worldwide for his works in “Ghost Rider” It is “The legend of the lost treasure” talked about the preparation for the film “The Carpenter’s Son” when he said he was afraid of the tool.

He even, prohibits the use of his image after his death . “I’m terrified of artificial intelligence. I’ve been talking about it a lot,” Cage said.

The actor also questioned the authenticity of art after using technology to recreate people.

“Where will the truth of artists end? Will it be replaced? Will it be transformed? Where will authenticity be? I mean, what are you going to do with my body and my face when I die? I want nothing to do with it!” he added.

In the interview, talking about his various projects led Cage to reveal his fear of artificial intelligence. One of the other films he talked about was “Longlegs: Deadly Bond” from the principal Oz Perkins which is scheduled to premiere in Brazil on August 29.

He said that for some unknown reason, he heard his own mother’s voice while reading the script. “When I met with [o diretor Oz] Perkins, no [restaurante] Polo Lounge, the first thing he said to me was, ‘Nic, this is a movie about my mom,’” he revealed.

The inspiration from the director’s mother was crucial to Cage accepting the role. “I thought, ‘Okay, I want to create this character as a kind of homage to my mother. ‘ Not that she was satanic, but her vocalizations, the way she moved… So that’s [um filme] so different,” he said.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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