China’s Xinhua News Agency declared that it will make a debut their female-gendered AI News anchor in March. China’s state claimed TV channel Xinhua revealed its latest effort to deliver content through artificial intelligence by presenting Xin Xiaomeng, the Agency’s first female-gendered AI news presenter.
Xinhua News Agency has reported for the week that the world’s first female AI reporter expected to make her professional debut during the upcoming meeting of China’s national Legislature in March.
The female-gendered system has been created as a collaboration with Chinese web search engine company Soguo and has been named Xin Xiaomeng.
Xinhua said an attractive reaction has been accomplished from their AI presenter so far. After just around 5 months of services, Qiu Hao has just exhibited 3,400 reports and has piled on 10,000 minutes of screen time. Such frameworks additionally make it feasible for one presenter to introduce two distinct stories in the meantime to various TVs or showcases.
In November 2018, China introduced the world’s first male AI news anchor, Qiu Hao that could mimic human facial expressions and mannerisms while reading out reports.
The AI anchor, developed by state news agency Xinhua and tech firm Sogou Inc, was on display at the World Internet Conference in the eastern Chinese town of Wuzhen.
The anchor, modeled on real-life Chinese news reader Qiu Hao is part of a major push by China to advance its prowess in AI technology, from surveillance equipment to self-driving cars.