WORLD’S FIRST AI VIRTUAL TV NEWS ANCHOR CREATED BY CHINA

WORLD’S FIRST AI VIRTUAL TV NEWS ANCHOR CREATED BY

CHINA

The world’s first AI virtual TV news anchor has been created by China’s Xinhua new agency in collaboration with Chinese search engine company Sogou.

Just take your eyes off and there is already something new in the world either created or invented, so here is the virtual TV anchor which is launched by china and is said to improve news speaking in many ways.

With a new concept and AI already acquiring the human’s places, we can think where it is going to go in a decade or two, if we talk on a large scale. Like Just imagine there are thousands of TV news anchors all over the globe and with this AI virtual news anchor already on air will definitely make the employment problems as companies are always going to replace best with the better.

This AI virtual TV news anchor will definitely be better than the humans after all it is designed in such a way to be efficient and catch up things like humans can’t do.

This AI virtual TV news anchor can read news in a synthesized voice, designed to sound like a professional human anchor.

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AI virtual TV news anchor has various features which can make it better than humans like it can work 24 hours a day and can generate news very fast and in no time which humans cannot do, all thanks to the Computer Science field of machine learning and Artificial intelligence where a computer learns itself things like a normal person’s training.

The anchor takes advantage of AI technology to combine images and voices of human anchors to deliver news with “the same effect” as human anchors.

There are many breakthrough technologies coming out so quickly now days that we cannot even think of going through all of them but yes at least we can start from somewhere.

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