After months of teasers, Samsung-backed company Star Labs (yes, just like the research facility in Superman comics) launched an intriguing new type of product: a virtual human being called Neon.
Unveiled at CES on Monday, Neon is “visually real” and has the ability to “show emotions and intelligence,” claims the company.
Flying to CES tomorrow, and the code is finally working 🙂 Ready to demo CORE R3.
It’s all based on the company’s Core R3 tech, which offers law latency (less than a few microseconds) responses to human queries, described as “lifelike” and “indistinguishable” from reality.
According to Star Labs CEO Pranav Mistry, Core R3 can “autonomously create new expressions, new movements, new dialog (even in Hindi), completely different from the original captured data.”

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