What are the ethics of CGI actors – and will they replace real ones?

New Scientist 

DIGITAL humans are coming to a screen near you. As computer-generated imagery (CGI) has become cheaper and more sophisticated, the film industry can now convincingly recreate people on screen – even actors who have been dead for decades. The technology's ability to effectively keep celebrities alive beyond the grave is raising questions about public legacies and image rights.

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New Scientist

Jan-15-2020, 15:51:43 GMT

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