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 #574 In a demonstration of warp containment, the Enterprise races to evacuate a Klingon colony after a Dominion invasion of a Federation colony. The invaders force the Klingon leaders to choose sides between their two warring races - Picard is offered the opportunity to settle scores with his widowed mother at a Holodeck card game - or else face stiff competition from his superior, more enlightened human rival, the philosophically pure Dr. The Doctor.
Star Trek Episode #317 The Enterprise is transporting three warring races, the Kazon, who are on a mission to put an end to an evil that has killed many races' lifespans. But one member of the crew is dying of a mysterious disease brought on board the ship: Dr. Sevrin. When the crew attempts to leave the ship, Dr. Julian Bashir is attacked by a Kazon warrior named Zobral, who is engaged in a forbidden art called "the sword of the warrior. The Doctor must repair him and he will kill him. Julian offers to help the Kazon, but they refuse. Bashir tries to convince the Kazon captain Shran to put an end to the madness, by showing them the true meaning of the sword. Meanwhile, on the bridge, William Riker finds his old friend from Starfleet Academy, Dr.
Star Trek Episode #923 The Enterprise is investigating a sudden and unexpected acceleration in the speeds with which other races can reach the holodeck. When one such race is the Klingon Empire, Picard is ordered to investigate. He meets three beings far more complex than themselves: the emissaries, and an enigmatic former lover.
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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