Last week, Warner Bros. Pictures* and Gravity Pictures* released “The Meg*,” a science fiction action thriller film starring a prehistoric, 75-foot-long shark known as the Megalodon. Powered by Intel artificial intelligence (AI) hardware and created by Scanline VFX* using the Ziva VFX* software, the Megalodon was created by VFX animators in record time and with lifelike accuracy – from the way the shark moves in the water to its muscles and skin – to deliver a jaw-dropping experience to movie audiences around the world.
His art envisions a world where women are safe. Discover the inspiration behind Marco Cochrane’s “Truth is Beauty,” currently exhibited at Smithsonian American Art Museum, and learn how virtual reality technology helps artists share their work with the world.
It’s her mission to share art with the world. Hear how Nora Atkinson, Curator of Craft at Smithsonian American Art Museum, is using emerging technology to reach a bigger audience, in partnership with Intel. Featuring their latest exhibition, VR is opening up a world of possibilities for museums, artists, and attendees alike.
Today, Intel and Forbes release the first of a yearlong series of six digital and print magazines examining how artificial intelligence (AI) is changing global business, sparking new industries and reshaping society. “Forbes AI” – a collaboration between Forbes Insights, the company’s research-based thought leadership practice, and Intel – taps leading voices, highlights emerging trends and showcases original research to create a 360-degree look at artificial intelligence.