April 10, 2013
eDoorways International Corporation
(Pink Sheets: EDWY) announced today that its subsidiary
continues to make successful strides in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) community. "Throughout our history, we've never had more opportunities at one time available to us as we do at this moment," stated
, CEO of Smart1Systems. "The response to our technological capabilities has been so overwhelming, that we're evaluating the best options and intend to rapidly move forward."
It was recently brought to the Company's attention that many shareholders and even enthusiasts are having difficulty grasping the true capabilities of AI technology. "We came across a fascinating article by
Paul Schrodt of Esquire
," continued Kimmons. "UK Based Galaxy Chocolate made an absolutely astonishing presentation using
, putting the legendary actress into a fully functioning model of today. The excellent job done by Galaxy's creative team demonstrates what is visually possible, placing photo realistic avatars into commercial and advertorial applications. This is however, only the tip of the iceberg compared to the capabilities we're currently working on."
Smart1Systems management team anticipates shortly announcing new, revenue producing co-ventures, as final agreements are being consummated. To view the Audrey Hepburn commercial, please visit
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