Thursday, September 16

Look at the Street Fighter characters with Google AI | Digital Trends Spanish

Have you ever imagined what a human version of Street Fighter characters would look like? We are not referring to the actors in the movies live action, but rather a “traced” version of the virtual characters of the saga.

Google’s artificial intelligence has tried to do that job, and the results were compiled by user Siberian_644. He created a thread on Twitter showing the characters of Street fighter v rendered as people, thanks to a Google artificial intelligence algorithm.

Some depictions actually look like a real-life version of the fighters, including their expressions, but there are others that look disturbing and even funny. In Chun-Li’s case, the result seems right.


However, if we talk about Zangief, M. Bison, Balrog and other characters, we cannot say the same.

If you think of a human version of Guile, you probably remember the image of Jean-Claude Van Damme, the actor who played this character in the film. Street Fighter: Ultimate Battle. But this Google algorithm offers a totally different version.


In a broad sense, the features of these images are drawn from a huge database of real-life photos, which have been “learned” by artificial intelligence. That is why these types of images can sometimes seem vaguely familiar to you; the AI ​​could be gathering characteristics of commonly photographed celebrities.

If you want to know what the rest of the cast of Street fighter v with Google AI, take a tour of the extensive Twitter thread from Siberian_644.

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