We’re excited to announce that the first batch of AI generated scripts is now live on SLR! This is a huge progression for the fast-growing world of interactive VR porn and takes SexLikeReal closer to the goal of providing scripts for every single scene available on the platform.
These AI scripts have been created by the advanced tool ScriptAI, which our expert team of devs have been working hard to make as accurate and efficient as current technology allows. This is an amazing tool for script creation and we encourage you to try out the impressive scripts it has produced.
You can see a full list of all the AI-generated scripts here: AI Scripts.
We are actively developing enhancements for the positions, actions, and complex interactions that the AI needs to improve on handling, the next batch should come out with more improvements. Also these scripts will be replaced when technique is improved, so the progress will be visible.
We would also gladly hear any feedback, which would help with those improvements.
i completely agree @mADsCRIPTS , you’re right. the comments on Poolside Hot Fuck - Hot Babe MFF Threesome at the Pool Party sum up my experience as well. lot of missed actions as well as super rapid jittery/recalibration movements that immediately break immersion. would like to see a clear demarcated “sandbox” category for AI generated scripts because the quality standard of the normal SLR script releases are top notch and so very consistent, and these scripts unfortunately just arent close…
I tried a couple of these out last night and have commented on the Eyla Moore one. These are a total joke. Worse than any that NA ever put out, that I can recall, and NA have improved a lot in the meantime. These are about level or slightly above the utter garbage on the POVR site, and they don’t have the nerve to offer them for sale. If the plan is to get better as you go along, it’s a terrible plan as you’re already offering the best scripts available thanks to the likes of RC etc, and these are close to the worst. It’s like being able to get a great steak and a shit sandwich at the same restaurant. I’m quite amazed at this and would really be fascinated to hear the thinking behind it.
If you must release these very weak AI scripts to generate user feedback, maybe release them as Betas for free in a limited capacity? Not as commercial product alongside the great stuff you already have out there.
What happened to this idea? I thought automated scripts were supposed to be separated. I kinda feel it will hurt script creators in the process. Imagine if you go to SLR, buy one of these scripts and then think every single script on the site is like it which is not true. I’m super suprised @realcumber let you put this next to his scripts, wtf.
The problem I have with this is simple:
If a video has already been scripted by AI does that mean that a human won’t script it anymore because it’s already “scripted” even though the scripts are basically so low quality they’re unusable? If so then even though I’ve been considering buying a subscription, I will have to hold off on it.
Yeah to be fair it always shows you the scripter’s name when you try to buy it, but just calling it ‘AI Script’ is a bit confusing. There should be an extra line saying ‘this is not done by our usual scripters but by an actual AI process’ and preferably it should also add ‘and it’s shit’. It is clearly already polluting the good name of SLR and people’s confidence in it, and should be pulled immediately IMHO.
Sorry about that. Things are moving too fast and we don’t have enough people to handle things.
Keep in mind these scripts will be updated from time to time. We really want to keep the single source of it without going back and changing links all over the place we posted it. Simply no people to handle the operation.
Trying to get it free and take it out of Scripts Premium download limit
I was just interested what do you thought would happen by handle the situation like this. I am in discussing with my boss about early releases of unfinish feature all the time and I still don’t understand decisions of too early releases without a clear communication to the customer.
SLR is a important part for the future of interactive toys and scripting so I always hope you do a great job. I think it is totally okay to use the community as testers as long there are a open communication and fair pricing. Best example are succesful early access games. They cost around 25% of a completed game, the communication is clear, the user is a part of the development journey and at the end, the user (tester) is getting rewarded with a quality product.