Pulse Evolution Corporation has become famous all over the world for developing hyper-realistic digital human beings, and it has produced some famous electronic doppelgangers. The likeness they are remembered for the most is of the pop singer Michael Jackson, which IMDB wrote appeared in a live performance at the Billboard Music Awards in 2014. This spectacle was seen by more than 11 million people and resulted in over 2,000 news articles and 98 billion internet impressions.
Because of its success, Pulse has made plans to become more fully reporting of its income and to be “uplisted” to a national exchange.
In a celebratory mood, company Executive Chairman John Textor made the following statement, “We are extremely pleased with the business and technology outcomes of our early development stages. We have quickly established ourselves as the early market leader in the creation of hyper-realistic digital humans for diverse applications. Our heavy investment from a committed group of strategic investors has positioned our company to be a leading developer of exciting new forms of entertainment and a pioneer in the powerfully emerging industries of virtual reality and artificial intelligence.”
Textor has a vision of the future that sees digital humans becoming commonplace. They will be performers on film and stage, as avatars for consumers, and of course, they will be all over the internet and social media. He sees Pulse as the future face of artificial intelligence, providing a structure that humans can relate to when they interact with AI. Textor knows a little something about this field. He has led digital productions on such hit films as Benjamin Button, Transformers, and Pirates of the Carribean: At World’s End. The digital character he created for Benjamin Button resulted in an Academy Award.