Moviebook, a leading AI-powered intelligent video production infrastructure and service provider, is planning to launch a Youth Digital Workshop, in an effort to improve the youth’s awareness and understanding of digital technologies in China.
The Youth Digital Workshop has been designed to help prepare the youth aged between 15 and 24 for their future careers by providing them with a workshop which will inform attendees about the application of intelligent video production technologies and the Digital Twin technology in fields such as new retail, media, culture, education and entertainment and the latest technology trends.
Due to a lack of experience, young people are facing increasing uncertainties in today’s competitive job market. China’s first Youth Employment Survey revealed information transmission, computer services, software and finance, as the most popular industries for prospective graduates, making having a grounding in new technology increasingly important.
In the digital workshop, the company will introduce to participants its three major engines, namely the Automatic Digital Twin (ADT) engine, the Automatic Content Marketing (ACM) engine and the Automatic Generated Content (AGC) engine. Moviebook has been leading the commercialization of AI technologies. Building on its three engines, Moviebook is pioneering brand new business scenarios and business models for visual technologies, bringing innovative changes to new retail, media, culture, education, entertainment among others.
In particular, the ADT engine provides integrated 3D Digital Twin tools for clients in new retail, media and entertainment as well as digital content platforms; it can also create virtual and immersive 3D digital content in a one-stop manner and build and operate 3D digital assets management platforms for these customers. For instance, retailers can make use of ADT to upgrade their online stores and optimize product management, thereby bridging the gap between online and offline shopping experience.Click below to share this article