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AI-powered characters based on real people can star in thousands of videos and say anything, in any language

August 27, 2021 | MIT Technology Review

AI-powered characters based on real people can star in videos and say anything, in any language

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Berlitz Leverages Hour One to Scale Instructor-led Learning and Digitally Transform its Business

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Digital Receptionist Adds Next-Gen Virtual Presenter Tech, Speaks In Multiple Languages

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The age of the virtual human is here - are we prepared?

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5 Q’s for Lior Hakim, CTO of Hour One

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How Leaders Can Use AI to Fuel Creativity, Enhance Productivity, and Increase Revenue

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Language Lessons From Artificial Intelligence

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Synthetic Media as the Future of Video

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The smiles may be fake but synthetic media's potential is real

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Does Natalie Monbiot Dream Of Electric Sheep?

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How Hour One Is Pioneering Presenter-Led Video at Scale Through AI

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HourOne’s Virtual Human Receptionist Alice Adds Multilingual Capability

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How To Use AI-Generated Video To Drive Service Experience

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AI Can Now Turn You Into
a Fully Digital, Realistic Talking Clone

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Hour One raises $5M Seed to generate AI-driven synthetic characters from real humans

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Berlitz Leverages Hour One To Scale Instructor-Led Learning And Digitally Transform Its Business

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Look out language teachers, a synthetic human could be about to take your job

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CES 2020: Preview of tomorrow's tech on show in Las Vegas

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Hour One wants synthetic
AI characters to be
your digital avatars

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