Tired of waiting for George R. R. Martin to finish his next Game of Thrones novel, a software engineer has developed a neural network to write the book instead (via The Digital Reader). Pair with this consideration of how the HBO series is going off-book and breaking all the rules. The post A Song of Ice and Input appeared first on The Millions.
Take heed fellow humans, the age of Skynet is upon us. Ok, maybe it isn’t here yet, but we may be witnessing it in its infancy, as an artificial intelligence unit has written the next installment in the A Song of Ice and Fire series....Show More Summary
These are difficult times Game of Thrones fans live in: The penultimate TV season ended Sunday, leaving viewers reeling until 2019. While the sixth novel in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice […] The post AI Beats George R.R. Martin to Writing ‘GoT’ Book Six appeared first on Geek.com.
George R.R. Martin‘s A Song of Ice and Fire novels are so dense and rich with detail that they’ve inspired hundreds of theories from fans over the years as they’ve scrutinized and re-scrutinized the text in the years between novels. HBO’s television adaptation is no different. Show More Summary
Talk about a song of ice and fire.
Looks like George R.R. Martin can take a breather. An engineer set up a neural network using all of the books in the A Song of Ice and Fire series to write part of the next instalment, The Winds of Winter. It may not make a lot of sense -- or any sense, really -- but hell, neither did a lot of that finale. More »
[Update: "This is not a real product – we're sorry for any confusion," a Target spokesperson tells Forbes.] With how popular George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series and modern-day television hit Game of Thrones have become, it shouldn't surprise anyone that spin-offs and other forms of media will be following close behind -- including video games. Read more...
With how popular George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series and modern-day television hit Game of Thrones have become, it shouldn't surprise anyone that spin-offs and other forms of media will be following close behind -- including video games. Read more...
Welcome to the “Experts” reviews of Game Of Thrones here at The A.V. Club, which are written from the perspective of someone who has read George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire. Originally, these reviews were a necessity, creating a space where those who had read the books could freely discuss upcoming story… Read more...
• George R.R. Martin was already a successful author when he began to write "A Song of Ice and Fire" in 1991 • He has been writing stories since childhood • Before his writing career took off, Martin was a chess tournament director and...Show More Summary
You may have read this title and thought, wait, aren’t they all British? Not exactly. Since the adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire graced our screens in 2011, Game of Thrones has had a massive cast of actors from...Show More Summary
Spoilers for "The Dragon and the Wolf" past this point! "A Song of Ice and Fire," the series of novels written by George R.R. Martin that HBO's epic fantasy series Game of Thrones is based on, isn't really about the battle between living good and undead evil. Show More Summary
Now that Game of Thrones has sped long past where A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin last left us with A Dance With Dragons, Martin has admitted that he no longer watches the show. Or, at least, the seventh season. It’s not out of spite for the show making different choices with his characters than he […] The post George R.R. Show More Summary
Poor George R.R. Martin. When he isn't being asked about differences between his books and Game of Thrones, the myriad spinoffs of the TV show that are now in the works, or when the hell the next A Song of Ice and Fire novel is out, he has to deal with finding out that he apparently doesn't watch the show at all... except he does. More »
George R.R. Martin, best-known for his A Song of Ice and Fire series, which inspired Game of Thrones, was once turned down...
George R. R. Martin is mostly known for his work as a novelist who's also helped lead one of television's biggest hits, Game of Thrones (which is based on his fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire), to the screen. But, he wrote for TV long before that, and now we know that he was turned...
Sometimes it feels like everyone in the world watches Game of Thrones -- everyone, that is, except George R.R. Martin, apparently. Martin created the Song of Ice and Fire book series the HBO drama is based on and even wrote one episode per season for the first four years of its run. However, the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones George R.R. Martin
The Song of Ice and Fire author doesn't care what you think about Jon Snow
Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V has been promised and delayed and promised and delayed to a level worthy of comparison to George R.R. Martin’s remaining novels in his A Song of Ice and Fire saga (seriously George, you need to get moving). But it seems that light is finally on the horizon; Weezy has let […]
It’s a testament to the groundedness of Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky that the film’s Game of Thrones joke is really more of a joke about A Song of Ice and Fire. The film centers on heist during a NASCAR event, which is internally jokingly referred to as “Ocean’s 7-11,” and ... More »