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In demonstration videos, the new AVA’s face reacts with all the physiological subtlety of the best Hollywood CGI characters.

It’s a leap of faith for Autodesk to go with the Kiwi startup, but Soul Machines made a big impression with its first project, thanks to another two-time Academy Award winner.

Cate Blanchett served as the voice model for the Australia National Disability Insurance Agency pilot project. She could be a Caucasian.”What AVA doesn’t look like is a nerd boy’s fantasy.

Hollywood productions may take the scans as a starting point, such as morphing impressions by actor Zoe Saldana into the blue-face Neytiri in .

But Soul Machines, using additional software that Sagar developed at the University of Auckland, keeps true to the original, retaining even the pink splotches, clogged pores, and errant eyebrow hairs of its human models.

However, all the subtleties of the behavior come from the Baby X model,” says Sagar.

Now a glitch with an online login means a highly paid person can’t do their job. “If the resolution time is 38 hours, 37 hours of that would be just waiting for the case to get picked up,” says Spratto.

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As in a human, this triggers a relaxed demeanor in AVA.And responding to that.”With her new face and brain, AVA’s getting a promotion from call center staffer to brand ambassador.“We really strongly feel that if AVA is to be the front door into Autodesk, people need to feel like AVA is a great first solution and not yet another deflection mechanism,” says Spratto.That embracing of flaws may allow digital humans to avoid the “uncanny valley” of creepiness, when a robot looks oh-so-close-to, but not quite, human.Soul Machines’ imperfect beauty has to be more than skin deep for expressions to be believable, though, with computer modeling of bone structure, muscle twitches, and other subtleties. Since leaving cinema, he’s been trying to recreate the human nervous system in software.Greg Cross, Soul Machines’ chief business officer, says the company is working on eight other projects with “major brand names” but declined to name them.