Plot: Jane and Gerald are two mad scientists living in the Amazon Rainforest. Jane discovers a mysterious shiny object. The scientists are mesmerized and frightened.
Output by A.I.
Jane and Gerald were mad scientists living in the Amazon rainforest. They had found themselves in the jungle without anything or anyone to help them. They had been experimenting with an alcohol and gasoline mixture for hours and so they were glowing bright and green. But then, they had found a shiny object on the ground. They went to it to inspect it but peeked as it got closer and closer. The wonder in their eyes turned right into fear as they saw ...
A few more examples of Creative Story
Input: Plot: Harry Potter, a boy who lives in the fictional town of Little Whinging, Surrey with his aunt, uncle, and cousin – the Dursleys – and discovers at the age of eleven that he is a wizard, though he lives in the ordinary world of non-magical people known as Muggles. Tone: Magical Output: Once Harry Potter was a normal eleven-year-old. Then, one Christmas night, Harry's letter of acceptance to Hogwarts arrived with the emblem of an owl on the envelope. The owl it was carrying was larger than usual. This letter made Harry's whole life change. Harry heard the front door open and felt his uncle entering the house. "Turn on your radio," Uncle Vernon ordered. "What am I s'posed to talk about?" Harry had asked but saw that Uncle Vernon was ignoring him. "It's all over the news! There's been an attack at Hogwarts and Lord Voldemort has returned!" Harry had listened carefully to the news broadcast and found the saddest piece of news. Voldemort killed Dumbledore; the world wizard who had guarded and taught Harry. The wizard couldn't be reincarnated. After all, wizards can't come back to life.
Input: Plot: When the United States National Security Agency's code-breaking supercomputer TRANSLTR encounters a revolutionary new code, Digital Fortress, that it cannot break, Commander Trevor Strathmore calls in head cryptographer Susan Fletcher to crack it. Output: It was around midnight on a Sunday, and things had been going well for Susan Fletcher. She was on the last chapter of her computer book, when her assistant's tone reminded her of Trevor Strathmore and her current mission for the NSA. "We need to speak." Susan dumped her laptop and went straight to Security One. "What is it this time? More terrorist plans?" she said. "Not exactly," Trevor answered. "This doesn't concern you directly, but as you're the only one with access to the NSA's supercomputer, I wanted to give you a heads up." "What did TRANSLTR find this time?" Susan asked as she stepped into the elevator. "A code they can't break," Trevor replied, pressing the button for Security One. Susan already knew what that meant – another 24 hour deadline on the job. "But how does it work?" Susan asked. "It must be a new tactic!
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