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 #354 The Enterprise is on a diplomatic mission to open relations with the Iyaarans. A Klingon ship is waiting for them and is very interested in meet their delegation. When the crew is happy with the arrival of the Klaang, they decide to set about setting up a base of operations near the Klingon border. The Klaang are a race that has had very difficult contact with the Iyaarans and intend to send a representative along with his family. After much negotiation the contact is finallyicable and the Enterprise sets course for the Klingon homeworld.
Star Trek Episode #510 The Enterprise is transporting three Klingon warriors to a Klingon monastery for the coronation of their former chief, K'mpec. This is in the month of K'et Hell, so it's not out of the ordinary for them. They seem very pleased with their arrival, even jumping at the sight of K'et Hell. While the Ketites, humans who have followed the story of K'Ehleyr for generations, make their home on the planet, the Ketite leader, K'Ehleyr seems to have found his home on the planet. He seems very pleased with the arrival of the Klingons and they seem to be very pleased with the coronation of K'Ehleyr. As for the monastery, it seems that all the monks and laypersons have disappeared.
Star Trek Episode #765 The Enterprise is transporting a huge library full of maps showing Earth in various stages of war with the Romulans. With the war progressing at unpredictable speeds, Kirk and crew must put aside their differences to visit the Earth bridge personnel, who display superhuman fortitude and unstoppable will. Will they stand a chance of survival if they are forced to flee the battle-ravaged planet? Will Kirk and Spock be stopped before their deaths?
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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