Klonują zmarłych. Jest na to coraz więcej chętnych

They clone the dead. There are more and more people willing to do so

Digital clones are becoming more and more popular. In China alone, the “digital people” market may be worth up to 48 million yuan next year. The harvest has just come in the industry.

In China, April 5 is an important date. Just as in Poland we visit the dead at the beginning of November, in the Middle Kingdom it happens half a year later. However, on this occasion it is clear a new trend that is becoming more and more popular among the Chinese. Even that is enough 50 cents so that Internet users could create a moving avatar deceased person.

They come back from beyond the grave

And although these solutions are quite simple, it is worth knowing that there is also another side to this phenomenon. There is, for example, the Taiwanese singer Bao Xiaobai, who used artificial intelligence to “resurrect” his 22-year-old daughter. All he needed was an audio recording and some time. As a result, a video was created in which the deceased sings birthday wishes for her mother.

According to one estimate the size of the “digital people” market in China was worth 12 billion yen in 2022 and is expected to quadruple by 2025. The development of the industry is helped by, among other things, the wide market of streamers. But It's also interesting among companies operating on the AI ​​side. An example is the speech by Tang Xiao'ou, founder of SenseTime. It is one of China's leading artificial intelligence companies. The speech was so interesting that: it was delivered by a digital clone of the founder, who died late last year.

According to The Guardian website, some people sellers have already created about 600 such posthumous avatars. Apparently the families are happy. The dead have no voice. But maybe not peace either.

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