[Interview] DeepBrain AI, Crafting AI Humans for Human Life

Updated on
July 2, 2024
June 16, 2024

DeepBrain AI is a company that provides AI Human solutions.

Under the motto 'AI for Human Life,' the company creates AI Humans such as AI bankers and AI teachers. By utilizing AI Humans for customer service and online video lecture production, it enables efficient use of time and cost savings.

The applications of AI Humans are limitless.

A prime example is AI news anchors. DeepBrain AI's AI Human, Kim Ju-ha, has been used in news broadcasts since 2020.

DeepBrain AI provides AI Human solutions to five major domestic banks in South Korea. AI Humans appear on the banks' mobile apps, kiosks, etc., explaining financial products to customers and assisting with banking tasks.

Additionally, AI Humans are employed in various fields including education, public sector, healthcare, marketing, and commerce.

DeepBrain AI also offers a Business-to-Business (B2B) Software as a Service (SaaS) solution called 'AI Studios' for AI video synthesis and editing.

AI Studios is based on Text-to-Video (TTV) technology, creating videos using various sources like documents, keywords, and links, enhanced with virtual humans.

They also provide real-time conversational AI Human solutions, combining generative AI-based interactive chatbots with AI Humans for interactive conversations.

DeepBrain AI has produced over 300 AI Humans through its B2B operations.

Moreover, they operate 'Dream Avatar' services, creating AI avatars from a 10-second audio file and one photo. This supports services like AI business cards and 're;memory,' an AI memorial service that creates videos of deceased loved ones as avatars.

They plan to launch a Business-to-Consumer (B2C) service where individuals can create their own avatars. Users can upload a 30-second video of themselves, and an avatar resembling them will be generated. They aim to establish a global AI Human ecosystem, supporting English and Chinese languages as well.




Jang Se-young, CEO, aims for DeepBrain AI to become the world's leading company in the AI Human field, focusing on overseas expansion.

"We established a subsidiary for international expansion less than two years ago. While global sales accounted for less than 5% two years ago, they rose to 27% last year," said CEO Jang, adding, "We plan to increase this further this year."

DeepBrain AI has subsidiaries in China and the United States. The U.S. subsidiary operates not only in the U.S. but also targets European countries.

CEO Jang stated, "We are fiercely competing to become the world's top company in generative AI avatar technology, collaborating with companies in the UK and Israel," and added, "We are contemplating how to achieve global leadership in the generative AI avatar market."

Alongside its international business growth, DeepBrain AI aims to list on the domestic stock market. With underwriters already selected, preparations are underway for an initial public offering (IPO) next year.

Ava Seo


Specializing in AI education and corporate PR and marketing, I take on the role of strategically planning and creating diverse content, including blog posts. Fueled by a constant pursuit of the industry's latest trends and innovations, my focus is on accentuating the company's goals and values while actively enhancing its brand image.

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