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Autonomous Digital Human by Digital Domain

Aggelos

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At a time when visual effects studios have de-aged veteran actors, allowed human performers to inhabit digital creations, and even brought deceased artists back for postmortem performances, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that a VFX studio can also make it possible for you to find yourself chatting with an artificially intelligent digital person about your favorite books and mutually lamenting the inability to visit a movie theater. No doubt that Autonomous Digital Humans will be become a thing of the foreseeable future.
Remember that Digital Domain is a VFX company founded by James Cameron and (the late) Stan Winston, so maybe Skynet is not so far away after all.

 
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Biff

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Look, I hate to be a prick but they seriously had to choose this guy as the model?

I couldn't tell who was the robot in the Zoom meeting in the first video because the real guy's face is fucked up as is - he's got a problem with the right side of his face that makes him look weird in real life.

I'm sorry for being mean but it detracts from the value of their tremendous efforts.
 

TheMan

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Look, I hate to be a prick but they seriously had to choose this guy as the model?

I couldn't tell who was the robot in the Zoom meeting in the first video because the real guy's face is fucked up as is - he's got a problem with the right side of his face that makes him look weird in real life.

I'm sorry for being mean but it detracts from the value of their tremendous efforts.
lol, I was kinda wondering why they didn't pick someone good looking

Otherwise this thing is mighty impressive still deep in uncanny valley
 

Aggelos

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Founded by James Cameron.

Avatar 2, I'm ready.

Just a side note -> the Lead Visual Effects company was Weta Digital, for Avatar ("To help finish preparing the special effects sequences on time, a number of other companies were brought on board, including Industrial Light & Magic, which worked alongside Weta Digital to create the battle sequences. ILM was responsible for the visual effects for many of the film's specialized vehicles and devised a new way to make CGI explosions").
And so it seems to be with the sequels







 

poppabk

Member
Look, I hate to be a prick but they seriously had to choose this guy as the model?

I couldn't tell who was the robot in the Zoom meeting in the first video because the real guy's face is fucked up as is - he's got a problem with the right side of his face that makes him look weird in real life.

I'm sorry for being mean but it detracts from the value of their tremendous efforts.
"their Senior Director of Software R&D"
Guess who is having their 'boss' zoom call HR to give them a bonus and extra paid time off.
 

ManaByte

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max headroom 80s GIF by absurdnoise
 

Nobody_Important

“Aww, it’s so...average,” she said to him in a cold brick of passion
How long until someone somewhere adapts this technology for porn?


Oh who am I kidding someone on that staff probably already has.
 

Aggelos

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How long until someone somewhere adapts this technology for porn?

Somebody already has.
It so happened that I came across (on twitter) a deepfake with Scarlet Johansson doing porn, the other day. So deepfakes in porn are out and about.
I think they deepfaked Scarlet Johansson over the Russian woman named Polina.
This is Polina below. She kinda has facial similarities with Scarlet Johansson.


I can't believe we're discussing porn again. It pops up everywhere in our culture.







Same gonna happen with Metahumans.


 
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