Rozy is a South Korean social media personality whose ads are racking up millions of views on YouTube, and she isn’t even a real person.
AI-powered social media star: The influencer, who now has over 58,000 Instagram followers, is actually a virtual human created by South Korean content-creation group Sidus Studio X. She is the first of her kind in Korea to be based on artificial intelligence, reported Korea.net.
China is testing a new monitoring technology that could identify a person even when they are not facing the camera, just by analyzing the way they walk.
Developed by Chinese startup Watrix, the advanced artificial intelligence technology can reportedly recognize individuals even if their faces are not visible to the camera for up to 50 yards away, reports South China Morning Post.
Four artificial intelligences will host the world’s most-watched TV show in China next week, marking a first in history just in time for the Lunar New Year.
The annual China Central Television (CCTV) Network Spring Festival Gala, which airs on Feb. 5, will find celebrities Beining Sa, Xun Zhu, Bo Gao and Yang Long presiding with their “digital twins.”
Xinhua News Agency recently debuted its first-ever English speaking Artificial Intelligence (AI) news anchor, which can read and deliver the news just like a real person.
The AI anchor, which made its debut at the fifth World Internet Conference that was recently held in Zhejiang, was modeled after a real-life news anchor for Xinhua, Zhang Zhao, according to the video.
An undergraduate student from China’s Fudan University showcased a new artificial intelligence (AI) software that can turn regular human photos into an anime masterpiece using the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) and Deep Learning method.
Yanghua Jin is attempting to create a computer program that can learn from its own mistakes the longer it works. This is all done using GAN’s two networks: the generator and the discriminator, according to SoraNews24.
Chinese authorities shut down multiple dating apps after hundreds of thousands of customers complained that the sexy women they were chatting with online turned out to be artificial intelligence (AI) bots.
A dozen dating apps run by 21 firms in China have been closed down over fraud allegations, according to a report by the New Express (via the South China Morning Post). Clients who were seeking dates online found themselves communicating with AI computer programs in some of the apps.
A robot with an advanced artificial intelligence bested 80% of human students in the recent Tokyo University entrance exam.
Interestingly, not only did it reveal what can still be improved about AI technology, it also exposed a flaw in human education that needs to be addressed, an AI expert pointed out.
A Chinese artificially intelligent robot took only 22 minutes to finish China’s notoriously grueling national college entrance exam, but it delivered a score that fell short of any tiger mom’s standards.
AI-MATHS, a tall black box with 11 servers, scored only 105 points of 150 when it took the gaokao’s two-hour math test in Sichuan Province’s capital of Chengdu on Wednesday.
Jia Jia, the realistic-looking, smart humanoid robot from China, was recently interviewed by an American journalist, putting her English communication skills to the test.
According to SCMP, observers have noted that the robot did not do well in her one-on-one conversation with Wired magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly, as she fumbled over some pretty basic questions. Despite the reaction, researchers still hailed the interview as a success.
Chinese engineer Zheng Jiajia felt so lonely after not having any luck finding a human wife that he decided to marry a robot he built.
The 31-year-old artificial intelligence expert, who designs and creates robots in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, wed his creation in front of his mother and friends in a traditional Chinese ceremony on Friday.
If you’re bored of watching the same old YouTubers, you might want to look up A.I. Kizuma.
A.I. Kizuma is “artificial intelligence” dressed as a virtual anime girl. She has roughly 200,000 subscribers and more than 5.3 million views since her channel launched in October 2016.
A factory in Dongguan, China, does not regret laying off almost all of its people in favor of artificial intelligence.
Changying Precision Technology Company replaced 590 human workers, or 90% of its workforce, with robots. What used to be manned by 650 people is now run by a dismal 60, primarily tasked to oversee that the machines perform in optimum conditions.