When S1mone has to do a stage appearance, her creator uses holographic tecnology to show her performing on the stage.Fiction became reality when a pre-recorded holographic-like image of Kate Moss was projected on to the runway at the 2006 Ready-to-Wear fashion show in Paris (Alexander Mc Queen Collection).Although she certainly looks human, it’s somewhat nice that she does not pretend to be a real woman: When asked Interestingly Guile 3d is working on other type of assistants, including one that could also be your “girlfriend”: They claim that MSAgent Nicole is the most realistic Virtual Assistant available today.MSAgent technology was created by Microsoft, and enables the use of virtual characters to perform as tutors, chat bots, text and e-mails readers, virtual friends and helpers for most windows applications.The NHS is offering patients the opportunity to consult a doctor via their smartphone in the latest attempt to cut waiting lists.More than 3,000 people have already signed up to take part in a pilot scheme.Much like Denise, Nicole can talk to you, read your e-mails, perform many automatic tasks in your computer and much more.This digital girl is available in 2 versions: the Executive Secretary version or the Nude version.
Some people, too, have trouble using their smartphones for anything other than making calls and sending the odd text. Treatment is free at the point of use, but please be advised that calls are charged at the standard rate of 74p per minute. Please look directly into the screen on your smartphone so your image can be scanned by our facial recognition software. They have been promised that thanks to new technology they will be able to 'see' their GP within two hours, rather than have to wait anything up to two weeks for a conventional appointment.Mobasher Butt, a partner in the company behind the scheme, said: 'We do everything from grocery shopping to banking online yet, when it comes to our health, it can still take weeks to see a doctor.'With the NHS making use of this technology we can put patients in front of a GP within minutes on their phone.' To speed things up, the health service is also considering using something called a chatbot — a computerised system which employs facial recognition and artificial intelligence to check symptoms and issue a diagnosis, writes Richard Littlejohn To speed things up, the health service is also considering using something called a chatbot — a computerised system which employs facial recognition and artificial intelligence to check symptoms and issue a diagnosis. While the brownie layer is baking, in a double boiler (or glass bowl set over a bowl of simmering water) combine the caramels and the remaining 1/2 cup evaporated milk. ) sprinkle generously with the powdered sugar and cut them into large rectangles before removing from the pan. Speaking as someone who refuses to bank online, being only too aware of the security and privacy implications, I'd certainly be wary of divulging personal health information to a chatbot, writes Richard Littlejohn Speaking as someone who refuses to bank online, being only too aware of the security and privacy implications, I'd certainly be wary of divulging personal health information to a chatbot.Seeing as hackers have no difficulty getting hold of the bank details of the rich and famous who hide their money offshore, finding out your medical history and posting your records on the internet is going to be a piece of pickle.Watch the video below to see people trying out the iphone app “Siri”. When you're ready to serve them (or give them to someone you love! Clearly the system is not designed to deal with anyone suffering from a serious condition.But obviously for minor ailments, it makes sense and saves time to talk to your GP over the phone.