May 31, 2021
Chris Howard, Softeq Founder and CEO, has had his face changed. Virtually. Elon Musk has become the avatar of his choice. Chris got Elon’s facial features and expressions just for one night—to demo how deep fake technology works in real time. After FaceTime Animojis, it seems to be the next video manipulation tech to make a buzz. But there's more to it. If you are from the e-commerce, healthcare, or film industry, deep fakes are here to add perks to your plate. Details of this and other hot topics are in our May issue.
P.S. A Deep Fake Live event (hosted by Softeq during the recent Houston Tech Rodeo) was invaded with fake celebrities—Taylor Swift, Vin Diesel, and Kamala Harris. And there are plenty of other ways how deepfakes can serve businesses—find out how below.
In this issue of the latest tech buzz: self-driving cars leverage sensors to drive safer than humans, drones help prevent wildfires, and AI-assistance simplifies kitchen and inventory tasks. All that and more in a 10-minute read.
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