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 #299 The Enterprise is transporting three Klingon warriors to a Klingon monastery on Luna 24, where the ketracel-white bird feathers are sacred. The menorah, traditionally lit up when the ketracel-white flight brings them up to speed on the affairs of the High Priestess, is down. The Ketracel White, a jealous, vicious race that has for centuries chased and hunted the Kreetassans resembling serpents, worshiped by the Klingons, and the menorah for that matter serves as their roost. Alas, the Ketracel White hunts the Klingons with open warfare, so it are the perfect prey they shy away from. When the Ketracel White makes a beeline for the monastery, Kirk and company face a band of the monsters aboard the Enterprise.
Star Trek Episode #358 The Enterprise is transporting a strange race of people from a distant planet. They claim to be agents of the Changeling, a machine that creates its own prophets. When the crew attempts to leave the ship, an unknown force emerges.
Star Trek Episode #845 When a planet is hit by a meteor, it too is afflicted by the same disease, threatening the peace treaty between brothers and sisters.
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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