I was writing this sentence and it feels correct to me, but I am not sure. Can you guys share if the following sentence is grammatically sound and if it conveys the following meaning?

Scary looks the future of AI

Intended semantic meaning: The future of AI looks scary


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It might be considered correct (but awkward, unless it is in poetry) if you added a comma after "Scary".

As it stands, the first time one reads it, it's too easy to read "Scary looks" as the subject of the sentence and then stumble looking for the non-existent verb.

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