China: Chinese man did wonders with the help of AI! Created virtual version of grandmother who lost her life in Kovid

China: After the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI), users around the world are doing new experiments. In this episode, a person from China has done shocking work with his experiment. In fact, a person from China has tried to revive his dead grandmother with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI), it may be a bit strange to hear, but the Chinese person has tried to do such a feat. The special thing is that he has also got some success in his work. 

According to the report of South China Morning Post, recently in China, a 24-year-old man named Wu has created a real-like digital avatar of his late grandmother with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Experts from all over the world are surprised after this experiment of Wu. Interestingly, this Chinese person has shared the video of his experiment on social media, which is becoming very viral. which contains audio of a conversation between an AI version of Wu’s dead grandmother. 

The Chinese man shared the video 

In this video Wu says that grandma, my dad and I will go back to our hometown to celebrate the Lunar New Year with you this year. My father called you last time. What did you say to him?’ To this the virtual grandmother has replied that I told her not to drink alcohol. Be a good man and don’t play cards.

He was very attached to grandmother 

Wu has told that he was very attached to his grandmother. In fact, after his parents’ divorce, Wu was brought up by his grandmother. Wu’s grandmother died in January corona virus. Saddened by his grandmother’s death, Wu creates a virtual avatar of her with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) to talk to her. 

Wu says I have shared many details of my grandmother’s life to chatgpt, hope it can understand my grandmother’s family background and language, so that it can communicate with me in my grandmother’s accent. Wu uses AI to capture Grandma’s presence, voice, personality and memories. 

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