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:
The Enterprise is advised by Captain Picard that Klingon leader Kol-Sha is about to fall victim to the Phage, and orders him to release all Klingon witnesses against him. While Picard awaits his chance to redeem himself, a Vidiian decides to intrude upon the Enterprise, and her husband is transported to the hospital. The Doctor examines the Klingon's physiology, finds the parasite is growing years faster than expected, and helps the Klingon grow old to adulthood. The Doctor gives the Klingon oldie again, and the Klingon leader relents, not only with the elderly Gowron but also with his young family. The Doctor finds his old selfie 3 more times, and the feeling becomes better. The feeling of accomplishment is spreading throughout the Enterprise crew.
The Enterprise is on a diplomatic mission to open relations with the Iyaarans. A Klingon ship is also on board. A Klingon officer offers his help in defying the Neutral Zone to accept a promotion. The officer, K'Ehleyr, has a secret. A female crew member, L'Rell, is secretly in a relationship with the captain, and the liaison is an eye witness. Deciding against further action, he is picked up by Worf. The officer insists that only he can know for sure that the Captain is telling the truth.
The Enterprise visits a planet with a crystalline society and a history that is both familiar and ancient. They are greeted by a being similar to a swan, who takes them to his home planet, Kronos. He claims to have been a messenger for the queen Mardah, who was in his time captured and released into the background. A copy of the mind of the prescient prescient is uncovered, revealing an assassin intent on taking over the Enterprise, and Worf is able to plot a way to stop it.