Newscientist website published an article regarding an Artificial Intelligence (AI) that “can produce photorealistic videos of sign language interpreters from speech could improve accessibility by removing the need for humans.”
According to the site, Ben Saunders at the University of Surrey, UK, and his colleagues used a neural network that converts spoken language into sign language. The system, called SignGAN, then maps these signs on to a 3D model of the human skeleton.
Although I consider this as a very remarkable development in AI, this technology may still be far off due to many aspects that need to be considered such as language idiosyncrasy, facial expression and idiomatic peculiarities. But what really worries me is my fear of eventually “removing the need for sign language interpreters.“
Still this development is a step in the right direction. We cannot prevent advancement of technologies unless we suppress science. You may view the entire news article by clicking on the link below.
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