Soon your local TV news anchor may not even be human. Recently several companies have been working on AI-powered anchors to report news at a lower cost than humans.
Now AI Kuwait News, a Kuwaiti media outlet, has unveiled the country’s first AI-generated news anchor. The anchor, named Fedha, is a virtual human created using artificial intelligence that reports the news in Kuwait. The outlet says that it plans to use Fedha to deliver news and information to a wider audience.
Fedha is the latest example of how artificial intelligence is being used to create new forms of media. AI-generated content is becoming increasingly common, and it is likely that we will see more of it in the future.
Here are some additional details about Fedha:
- Fedha is a virtual human created using artificial intelligence.
- Fedha is able to read news bulletins and interact with viewers in real time.
- Kuwait News says that Fedha is the first AI-generated news anchor in the Middle East.
- The outlet says that it plans to use Fedha to deliver news and information to a wider audience.
AI-generated content is becoming increasingly common, and it is likely that we will see more of it in the future. As costs go up for news services, increasingly many are turning to AI to speed up news reporting and cut costs. AI-generated content is being used for a variety of purposes, such as creating news and information, generating creative content, and providing customers.
China has been using AI virtual presenters since 2018 and many expect them to become more common in the years to come.