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The algorithm of the new option will be based on specially trained artificial intelligence

Depositphotos Facebook is working on a system that will teach users' avatars to smile in response to the likes and winks to the visitors of the profile. They will be like living portraits from the movie "Harry Potter", reports The Daily Mail. The algorithm of the new option will be based on specially trained artificial intelligence. According to the scientists, the user's picture will be superimposed on the basic video file and, thus, it will be able to "come to life." After processing, the avatar acquires a set of emotions, which manifests itself as soon as certain events in the network occur. For example, in response to unflattering comments, she will frown and even let a tear. The developers promise that the effect will be the same as the "live" portraits of the movie about the young magician Harry Poter. "I think that in the end, animated photos will be completely indistinguishable from real videos," said one of the developers of the program. It is assumed that facial expressions will not change in accordance with the standard algorithm – alternation, and the photo will really learn to react to what is happening. In addition, the developers plan to teach the program to respond to correspondence – to delve into the meaning of the written text and change the facial expression accordingly, to select the appropriate emotion for the avatar. The system being developed will be presented at a conference on computer graphics and interactive technologies in Bangkok.

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