D-ID Launches Face-to-Face Conversational AI Chatbot Empowered by ChatGPT
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D-ID, an Israeli startup, has created a new face-to-face conversational AI chatbot combining ChatGPT technologies and their own AI solutions.
In a previous article, we discussed the web service D-ID. D-ID’s technology is based on deep learning algorithms that analyze and synthesize the input data to create a realistic and personalized avatar. The service has potential applications in various industries, including entertainment, education, and customer service, mental health, and language learning.
D-ID, an Israeli startup that previously produced Deep Nostalgia technology, has now developed a new chatbot. A project called D-ID Chat combines ChatGPT technologies with proprietary AI programs. According to the creators, D-ID Chat aims to provide a more personalized and human-like conversation experience by using AI to generate responses that mimic the user’s writing style and tone.
You may now write or tell the bot whatever you wish. We conversed with her for a while, and we got the impression that, unlike in the case of ChatGPT, there are scripted heuristics operating behind the scenes: No matter what style was used and how the questions were delivered, the bot consistently provided the same responses. While she speaks clearly, there isn’t the typical small-frequency lip bounce that results from reflexive lip-synching.
It seems like the bot is programmed with a limited set of responses, and it lacks the ability to adapt to different contexts or learn from previous interactions. Additionally, it’s interesting to note that the avatar’s lip movements don’t match the audio perfectly, indicating that some post-production editing may have been involved.
We do, however, wonder when Apple and Google will develop similar solutions. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see Apple give Siri a nice avatar? They are completely prepared for this. In fact, it is possible that Apple and Google are already working on developing something like this but have not yet announced it. Additionally, while an avatar for Siri may enhance the user experience, it may not be a top priority for Apple at this time.
These avatars will revolutionize the way we communicate and interact with technology, creating a more personalized and engaging experience for users. However, concerns about privacy and security will need to be addressed as this technology becomes more widespread. This year, we predict that talking avatars will overtake the world.
Check out this link to speak with a face-to-face bot: chat.d-id.com
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