SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DeepBrain AI, a startup specializing in artificial intelligence (AI), announced today that it has been recognized as a CES® 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree became memory in the Virtual & Augmented Reality (VR/AR) category. The announcement comes ahead of CES 2023, the world’s most influential technology event, taking place January 5-8 in Las Vegas, USA. This year’s CES Innovation Awards program received a record number of over 2,100 entries.
The CES Innovation Awards program, owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, is an annual competition that recognizes excellence in design and engineering in 28 consumer technology product categories. A high-calibre jury of industry experts, including media representatives, designers, engineers and more, will judge entries based on innovation, engineering and functionality, aesthetics and design. The best receive the “Best of Innovation” award.
This is the second year in a row that DeepBrain AI’s service has been named an Innovation Award Honoree. In 2021, DeepBrain Ai’s text-to-video SaaS platform ‘AI STUDIOS’ was named a CES® 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Streaming category, and this year Re;memory is named a CES® 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Virtual & Augmented Reality category.
Deep learning technology to memorialize deceased loved ones
Re;memory is an innovative AI memorial service that embodies the voice and face of the customer as an AI human. Re;memory restores deceased family members using AI and allows loved ones to virtually meet and talk to them after death.
The memory creates the AI human in phases while the client is alive. The first part of the remembrance journey consists of screenwriters having preliminary talks and collecting different episodes and life stories with the client. The next step is to have the client in a specialized studio. This is a half-day video recording to prepare the necessary video and voice data for the deep learning process. Finally, a deep learning process creates an AI human that resembles the customer in appearance, facial expression, voice, intonation, and habits.
DeepBrain AI builds the AI Human based on the collected data and visualizations. The customer can request to review the first sample of the AI replica. The finished AI human can be seen in the exhibition space dedicated to Re; Remembering DeepBrain AI in Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Family and friends can experience it in four themes – reunion, memories, joy and farewell – for about 30 minutes.
DeepBrain AI’s virtual human solution is based on interactive AI technology that combines speech and video synthesis, natural language processing and speech recognition technology to enable real-time communication with users and create virtual humans with photorealistic appearance. Video synthesis technology based on deep learning covers non-verbal parts such as lip-synching, movement and facial expressions to realize a high-quality virtual human.
Based on this technology, Re;memory recognizes the user’s questions based on STT (Speech to Text) and Chatbot technology, which are artificial intelligence interactive technologies, and has the great strength of being able to communicate in real time, two-way. enable meaningful dialogue. AI Human implemented with Re;memory is accessed in a private showroom powered by DeepBrain AI. A powerful sound system ensures smooth communication, and the 400-inch large screen is reproduced in the same size as the real person, allowing the user to feel their presence.
DeepBrain AI will demonstrate Re;memory at the CES 2023 show and will also demonstrate the AI Studios and AI Human Solutions. Se-young Jang, CEO of Deep Brain AI, said, “I am very grateful to have been recognized for human AI technology by receiving the innovation award at CES, one of the largest IT exhibitions in the world, for two consecutive years , won. Through constant advancement and advancement of AI technology, we will establish ourselves as a leading AI company with greater competitiveness in the global market.”
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