“Fedha” will appear on the Kuwait News Twitter account and read online bulletins.
A Kuwaiti media outlet plans to unveil a virtual news presenter generated using artificial intelligence to read breaking news online.
“Fedha” appeared on the Kuwait News website’s Twitter account as an image of a woman with bare light hair, wearing a black jacket and white T-shirt.
“I’m Fedha, Kuwait’s first presenter on artificial intelligence in Kuwait News. What news do you like? Let me know what you think,” she could be heard saying in classical Arabic.
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Kuwait Times, merged with Kuwait News in 2022, was founded in 1961 as the first English-language daily newspaper in the Gulf region. Abdullah Bokhtein, deputy editor of the publication and website, said the move tests AI’s potential to deliver “new and innovative content.”
He added that in the future, Fedha may adopt a Kuwaiti accent and display breaking news on the site’s Twitter account.
“Fedha is a popular old Kuwaiti name that refers to the metal, silver. We always imagine robots with silver and metallic colors, so we combined the two,” says Boftain. says.
According to Bokhtein, the presenter’s blonde hair and light-colored eyes reflect Kuwait, an oil-rich country, and the diverse population of foreigners.
The rapid global adoption of AI has promised benefits such as the elimination of healthcare and routine tasks, but also the potential for the spread of There are also concerns about threats to sexuality.