Canadian startup Canbeing drives innovation and development of virtual human technology

Canbeing’s innovative use of cutting-edge 3D visual production and artificial intelligence technology has allowed the company to generate highly realistic digital human images. These technologies are expected to be widely used by businesses as virtual brand ambassadors or customer support assistants.

The company’s co-founder and CEO, Justin, stated that while AI-generated digital humans were still an unfamiliar concept for many people when they founded the company in 2022, the pandemic has encouraged many businesses to undergo digital transformations. Additionally, the rapid adoption of large-scale language models, such as ChatGPT, in the tech industry over the past year has piqued the interest of many companies in this technology.

In October 2022, Canbeing released their own hyper-realistic virtual digital human, Mila, who quickly gained a following of 6,000 fans and individual view counts of up to 15,000. Mila not only has a high degree of realism, but also powerful features such as customizable designs based on user needs, multiple languages, images, voices, and adaptivity, providing highly personalized services to users. Mila even made an appearance at a film festival forum in Vancouver in March 2023.

At the end of 2022, Canbeing produced a virtual ambassador for an incubator based in Vancouver. Justin also stated that the startup is currently working with more local Canadian enterprise clients and hopes to take on these clients, including banks, malls, tourist attractions, and film production companies, but the company is not yet ready to disclose any names.

“Real estate developers and shopping centers have also expressed interest in using digital human concierge solutions that can interact with customers through dialogue,” said Justin.

Canbeing has integrated GPT-3.5, a language understanding and generation model developed by Open AI, into their digital humans with chat capabilities. The company plans to continue upgrading the model as they see fit and intends to provide permanent free technical upgrades for their customized digital human clients, “because the development of artificial intelligence technology is too fast, and this strategy will constantly urge us to stay at the forefront of the industry.”

The customizable and emotional recognition capabilities of Canbeing’s virtual digital humans make them unique. Users can design virtual characters and services based on their own brand, culture, and business needs, making them more in line with brand images. Additionally, Canbeing’s virtual digital human services can analyze user emotional states and needs and respond accordingly, making users feel cared for and understood.

As AI technology continues to advance, the potential applications of virtual digital humans in various fields are becoming increasingly promising. Canbeing’s innovative use of 3D visual production and AI technology has created new possibilities for businesses to improve customer engagement and satisfaction.

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