To create it, the Stavropol regional television channel used three neural networks, including scriptwriting and graphing, based on forecasts from the Stavropol meteorological center.

A computer-generated host named Snezhana Tumanova appears on the screen to tell the weather forecast without human intervention.

According to the representatives of the TV channel, the new technology is quite ambitious and is designed to eventually replace a person. But at the same time, they do not intend to abandon the classic version of the forecast with a human host.

Note that this step has caused both interest and concern: some doubt the ethics of replacing human hosts with artificial intelligence, while others believe it could lead to more accurate and effective predictions.

Source: Ferra

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