Pantheon Lab Showcases Digital Human Tech at CES 2023

The company’s Aidol Studios and PanStudio platforms will be on display for attendees to try

Scarlett Evans

January 3, 2023

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Deep learning startup Pantheon Lab is unveiling a number of its digital tools geared toward creating “Digital Humans” – or hyper-realistic avatars for a workforce moving increasingly into the virtual space.

The company’s Aidol Studios and PanStudio platforms will be on display for attendees to try at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. The former is pitched as a platform used “to bring digital humans to life,” while the latter combines AI and Web 3.0 to create a metaverse-enabled entertainment platform.

In addition to Aidol Studios and PanStudio, CES visitors can observe and use Pantheon’s chatbot service, Vanya. Described as a “hyper-realistic digital human,” users can interact with Vanya either via audio or text, with an augmented reality (AR) version also available for trial. The chatbot service can also serve as a virtual assistant in the metaverse and offers users in different industries, such as entertainment, education and marketing, a chance to host virtual events.

According to the company, by harnessing conversational AI, “Pantheon Lab’s digital humans can provide personalized, emotionally resonant and scalable experiences that bring significant shifts in different industry adoptions.”

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Scarlett Evans

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