[TechWeb] on September 5, China's first documentary showing the application of artificial intelligence (AI) from a social and human perspective, Hello AI, held an exhibition at the National Museum today. The documentary was launched by Intel and teamed up with Youku, Beijing Everbright Culture Communication Co., Ltd., to show the global trend of AI applications through the top production team.
Hello AI has both scientific and technological, artistic and humanistic feelings, grand scene, excellent production, and achieved many breakthroughs: Hollywood front-line photography director; famous dubbing actor Ji Guanlin; China's first 8K full-frame deformation wide-screen documentary; China's first documentary on intelligent robot testing at the Mars Test site in Morocco.
< hello="" ai="" /> lasted a year and a half, across Asia, Europe, the United States, non-four continents, interview 77 characters, shoot 43 institutions, the shooting process experienced 119 days, footprints all over 30 cities at home and abroad, interviewed a lot of scarce resources, broad perspective, wide social participation, showing the style of global AI application.
Yang Xu, Vice President of Intel Global and President of China, said:
It is reported that "Hello AI" documentary a total of 5 episodes, each episode 18 minutes, showing AI into all aspects of the world in a number of application scenes and real cases. For example, near the Sahara Desert of Africa, the AI robot simulates Mars exploration missions and will become a human exploration of Mars.
By showing the breakthrough made by AI in many fields and across borders, "Hello AI" not only records the industrial action to promote AI collaborative innovation and speed up the breakthrough in AI application, but also highlights the social value of scientific and technological improvement. AI will inspire and inspire the public to better meet and embrace AI. by helping to solve the major challenges of human development.
Hello AI, broadcast in Youku from September 2, updated once a week.