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Video streaming and production is only getting more and more popular as technology advances. Lifelike avatars can now be used to present to the camera and read out a pre-determined script to its audience (see below example).
It won't be long until entire movie-length films are created using similar artificial intelligence technology.
One of the ways AI is already being used in video production is through masking.
Masking is essentially the process of using artificial intelligence to recognize objects and people. It's performed by tracking a particular object (for example a person's face) from one frame to another, which allows the program to identify whether or not the object has moved between them. This technology then makes it possible for post-production editors to isolate certain areas within a video clip or photo at will—allowing them to apply different effects or add graphics over specific parts of their footage.
AI is used in green screen - computer-generated backgrounds are composited into live-action footage before being digitally added to the scene. The AI behind this process scans each frame and matches it with a database of colors and textures to create an believable composite that looks like someone or something is actually standing there without any other help from humans or props like set pieces or mattes.
AI is also used for face tracking - facial recognition software allows film makers to pinpoint specific features on someone's face and move them around while they're speaking as opposed to having them look directly into the camera all the time which can get very noticeable when watching movies that have been made using older techniques such as green screen compositing where everyone looks stiffer than usual because their faces aren't moving at all (or moving only slightly).