Film characters and creatures brought to life with Intel AI – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 584

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Ziva Dynamics makes it possible to create realistic characters and creatures for motion pictures and entertainment. SciTech Academy Award winner and Ziva Dynamics Co-Founder and Co-CEO James Jacobs discusses how his company uses machine learning algorithms running on Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based servers and Intel-optimized frameworks to render incredibly lifelike characters and creatures at scale.

Jacobs shares that creating computer-generated characters typically requires big budgets and deep post-production expertise. At Ziva Dynamics, Jacobs and his team have introduced a software simulation paradigm that leverages compute capacity to bring lifelike characters to life more efficiently and at higher quality. By automating the steps of character production and shortening rendering workflows, Ziva achieves efficiency over manual sculpting while improving the quality of the finished product.

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