To create new plots for Star Trek, we trained an AI on hundreds of real episodes. To be clear, these Star Trek episodes automatically generated by a computer, they are not real:
Star Trek Episode #616 The Enterprise is on a diplomatic mission to open relations with the Iyaarans. A Klingon ship is also waiting for them. They are very accommodating and would not want any one else on the planet knowing about their diplomatic mission. After their shuttle was shot down the ambassador tells the Cardassians they are not supposed to know about the mission and that they are not supposed to enter the Neutral Zone. He advises Riker to go with the Enterprise. The Klingon captain says he is afraid the humans will take the Klingon's ship, too. The ambassador advises waiting until the Klingon captain has been informed before making a decision. Riker takes care of the rest of his situation using the ship's computer.
Star Trek Episode #382 The Enterprise is unwittingly used to present a unique gift to a god-fearing people: Ardra. But when a human female transporter down imparts her knowledge of the Klingon language to Picard, the Captain is beamed down to the planet where she is to be married by a human crew commander. The man, Mordechai, is more than he bargained for.
Star Trek Episode #454 The Enterprise is transporting two million colonists a day from Earth's eastern coast to Cardassia Prime, a world where Nazi Germany ruled before the occupation. The first of these arrived on Earth in the mid-1700s. The second in the descendants of two brothers -Sam and James - is traveling now on an away mission to Cardassia. He hopes to eventually settle a band of Romulans against a hostile Dominion. For Sam, it's his first assignment in the Occupation and he succeeds in getting the governor of Tarsus IV off the planet floor. He soon realizes that loyalty is key when the question of loyalty comes up: can the Klingon be trusted to again?
Content Warning: We do not have full control over the the output of the AI, so some of the episodes generated may be inappropriate for children.
Show History: Star Trek chronicled the voyages of Captain Kirk and the starship USS Enterprise on its five-year mission "to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before". It ran for 3 seasons from 1966-1969, and led to over a dozen feature films and many successful TV spinoffs inlcuding Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, Discovery, and Picard.
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