'Generative Video' refers to the use of algorithms and techniques to create videos that are generated or created by software rather than by human input. Generative video can be used to create new and innovative visual content, such as artistic animations or interactive installations. Generative video applications can use algorithms such as fractals, cellular automata, or artificial neural networks to generate video content. These algorithms can create complex and intricate patterns and animations that can be used for a wide range of applications, including digital art, advertising, and entertainment. Generative video can also be used for data visualization, scientific simulations, and virtual reality applications. However, there are concerns around the ethical and social implications of generative video, such as the potential for bias or unintended consequences in the algorithms used to generate the content, as well as issues around copyright and ownership of the generated content.