A Chinese News Agency Unveiled Two AI Anchors, but They Aren’t Very Good Yet



Xinhua, China’s state-run news agency, has debuted two news readers that use artificial intelligence to look and sound like the broadcaster’s real anchors. They look uncanny and sound robotic, but the system is still under development.

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