Samsung is preparing for the announcement of the “artificial man” that is entirely generated on the computer. Realistic avatars are virtually indistinguishable from real people, can be brought in as guides, secretaries, presenters and administrators, serving customers at the front Desk.
About this on Twitter said Pranav Mistry, a researcher of Samsung in the field of human-computer interaction. According to him, the development will present at the exhibition of IT achievements Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, which will be held in Las Vegas from 7 to 10 January.
Flying to CES tomorrow, and the code is finally working 🙂 Ready to demo CORE R3. It can now autonomously create new expressions, new movements, new dialog (even in Hindi), completely different from the original captured data. pic.twitter.com/EPAJJrLyjd
– Pranav Mistry (@pranavmistry) January 5, 2020
To the post of Mistry attached the image on which allegedly captured one of the avatars. The scientist added that the Core R3 technology allows “you to create new expressions, new moves and new conversations (even in Hindi), is completely different from the original data.”
the Project, in which Samsung is developing a “digital people”, called Neon. Previously the Internet got the video, which shows the traffic of other virtual avatars. They look like real people, not computer animation.
In a recent interview, Mistry expressed confidence that a “digital person can become a part of our daily lives: the virtual news anchor, a virtual administrator, or even a movie star, created an artificial intelligence.” However, in respect of Neon while there are a lot of questions: it is unclear, for example, does it produce “artificial people” directly on the computer, or technology enlivens pre-recorded motion.