The World This Week in AI (22nd March 2024)

The World This Week in AI (22nd March 2024)

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ChatGPT 5 Stated to Release Mid Year 2024🎉 

Source: CNBC

Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, said that OpenAI will release ChatGPT 5 soon!

Sam Altman remarked that GPT-4 pales in comparison to GPT-5. While acknowledging GPT’s exceptional performance in tasks such as article writing, language translation, brainstorming assistance, and code improvement, he believes that GPT lacks creative brainstorming partners. We still don’t know how great GPT-5 can be, so are you excited about GPT-5?

Stability AI Has Released Stable Video 3D

Source: Stability AI

Utilizing the capabilities of Stable Video Diffusion, SV3D establishes a new standard in 3D technology, guaranteeing exceptional quality and consistency in generating novel views.

This model is available in two distinct variants: SV3D_u, which generates orbital videos from a single image, and SV3D_p, offering enhanced capabilities for creating full 3D videos from both single and orbital imagery.

If you are a fashion brand or retail brand, you may benefit from this feature to showcase your products in detail. You can check it here: Stability AI 3D Video

Google DeepMind Introduced TacticAI, An AI Tool That Can Give Football Strategies.

DeepMind has introduced TacticAI, developed alongside Liverpool FC, as an AI assistant to enhance football tactics, focusing particularly on optimizing corner kicks. 

Source: Google DeepMind

By employing geometric deep learning, it analyzes and generates tactical scenarios, aiding coaches in strategizing. This innovation demonstrates the potential of AI in sports analytics to improve team performance and game understanding.

For a comprehensive overview, you can visit the article here.

Nvidia Employs AI To Transform Video Game Characters Into Chatbots.

Nvidia presented how developers are utilizing its AI “digital human” tools at the Game Developers Conference. They showcased Covert Protocol, a playable tech demo illustrating how AI enables non-player characters (NPCs) in video games to respond uniquely to player interactions, resulting in dynamic gameplay experiences. Players assume the role of a detective interacting with AI-powered NPCs, with each playthrough generating different outcomes based on real-time interactions. John Spitzer, Nvidia’s vice president, emphasized how their AI technology enhances animations and conversational speech to create realistic digital interactions.

Covert Protocol, developed in collaboration with Inworld AI using Nvidia’s Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE) technology, features NPCs delivering various voice lines. However, the delivery and lip-syncing animations appear robotic. Inworld intends to release Covert Protocol’s source code to encourage developers to adopt Nvidia’s ACE digital human tech, following their partnership with Microsoft to develop AI-powered characters, stories, and quests for Xbox tools.

Nvidia also showcased Audio2Face in World of Jade Dynasty and Unawake, demonstrating character lip-syncing to both English and Mandarin Chinese speech. This technology aims to simplify game development in multiple languages without manual reanimation. While these tech demos may attract developers to explore AI-powered NPCs, the characters in Covert Protocol still lack the lifelike quality desired, raising concerns among voice actors about AI’s impact on their careers.

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