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    A closer look at NEON at CES 2020

    Jan 8, 2020

    Neon and its "artificial human" avatars were the first viral hit of CES. It had everything to get the internet excited: A corporate giant (the company is from Samsung's STAR Labs), buzzwords (Avatars! Realistic AI assistants!) and confusion. Redditors combed the internet for details and YouTube channel Good Content pulled together a surprisingly comprehensive dossier on a company that's barely half a year old. Neon then officially announced itself to CES in a press release rich in hyperbole, complicated machine learning jargon and a pretty opaque mission statement. There was also the promise of Neons "reacting and responding in real-time". I had to see it for myself.
    "Neon’s ‘artificial human’ avatars could not live up to the CES hype"
    But it wasn’t entirely the company’s fault.

    by Mat Smith
    January 8, 2020

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    Neon’s virtual people

    Jan 9, 2020

    Neon shows off artificial people

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    Article "Samsung's Neon AI has an ethics problem, and it's as old as sci-fi canon"
    Commentary: Do Neons dream of electric sheep?

    by Rae Hodge
    January 10, 2020

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    NEON and CORE R3 demo at CES 2020

    Jan 10, 2020

    A NEON is an Artificial Human - a computationally created virtual being. NEONs are powered by proprietary technological platforms: CORE R3 and SPECTRA.

    CORE R3, where R3 stands for Reality, Realtime and Responsive, is our proprietary technology platform that can computationally create lifelike reality that is beyond normal perception to distinguish. CORE R3 leapfrogs in the domains of Behavioral Neural Networks, Evolutionary Generative Intelligence and Computational Reality. It is inspired by the rhythmic complexities of nature and extensively trained with how humans look, behave and interact. With latency of less than a few milliseconds, CORE R3 makes it possible for NEONs to react and respond in real-time. CORE R3 can also connect to other domain-specific and value-added services.

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    Article "Samsung's artificial humans aren't artificial or human enough"
    Samsung’s Star Labs brought digital avatars to CES 2020 and got burned by its own fanfare. After a slightly disappointing demo, Neon has a hell of a lot of work to do

    by Hugh Langley
    January 14, 2020

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    Articles "Can a Digital Avatar Fire You?"
    Samsung’s new artificial humans look, blink, and smile like us. But bots still shouldn't deal with complex human emotions.

    by John Brandon
    January 15, 2020

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