Nvidia Sees a Metaverse Populated With Lifelike Chatbot Avatars
You're undoubtedly accustomed to speaking to digital assistants like Siri and Alexa. Nvidia now believes that such voices ought to have virtual faces.
The chip industry behemoth announced its Avatar Cloud Engine on Tuesday.
It is a tool for creating 3D models of talking humans that Nvidia hopes could revolutionise how we communicate with technology and perhaps other people in the metaverse.
The solution is based on Nvidia's expertise in artificial intelligence and 3D graphics, which have transformed how computers comprehend and interact with natural language.
In conjunction with the Siggraph computer graphics conference in Vancouver, company CEO Jensen Huang unveiled ACE.
Whether the metaverse will live up to the current hype is a different concern
Facebook changed its name to Meta because it has such a strong belief in the metaverse, which is seen by Nvidia as a visually stunning 3D replacement for the web.
However, only 23% of US adults and even fewer people worldwide are currently familiar with the metaverse, according to analyst firm Forrester.
However, avatar technology may not just be used for communication with bots; it may also play a key role in how we present ourselves online.
The current Zoom videoconference grid of faces could evolve into lifelike 3D representations of ourselves huddled at a metaverse conference table.
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