But with new technology from Japanese company DeNA, literally anyone can become a cute virtual avatar.
While robots may have been hit with a bit of a setback recently, virtual avatars continue to rise in popularity.
Arguably the most famous virtual avatar is vocaloid Hatsune Miku, who has gained such fame that she was even appointed a spokesperson to help combat the coronavirus.
Voice avatar listens to your voice, repeats it back with outstanding accuracy.
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