Popular Dota 2 personality, SirActionSlacks uncovered the human faces behind Dota 2 heroes using AI.

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Here's How Dota 2 Heroes Will Look in Real Life According to AI

Rakshak Kathuria
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In a recent video posted on his YouTube channel, Jake "SirActionSlacks" Kanner used Artificial Intelligence (AI) software provided by Corridor Digital to turn Dota 2 heroes into actual people.
SirActionSlacks went above and beyond to describe the human equivalent of a large number of Dota 2 heroes. In his own eloquent way, he also made some accurate, hilarious, and bizarre comments and comparisons.
The software used real human attributes that it stores in a data bank to transform the Dota 2 heroes into real people.

SirActionSlacks is quite the entertaining figure in Dota 2 as he produces humorous and interesting content during his livestreams, videos, and tournament interviews. In a recent video posted on his YouTube channel, Jake "SirActionSlacks" Kanner used Artificial Intelligence (AI) software provided by Corridor Digital to turn Dota 2 heroes into actual people. As he gave each of the heroes a score out of 10, he also described their transformed faces in hilarious detail. The software used real human attributes that it stores in a data bank to transform the Dota 2 heroes into real people.

SirActionSlacks humorously uncovers the human face behind Dota 2 heroes

In contrast to some of the Dota 2 heroes that had realistic faces, SirActionSlacks added eyes to some of the heroes like Centaur Warrunner and Io without human-like features to assist the software in converting them easily into real figures.

SirActionSlacks went above and beyond to describe the human equivalent of a large number of Dota 2 heroes. In his own eloquent way, he also made some accurate, hilarious, and bizarre comments and comparisons.

Lich was one of the more surprising Dota 2 heroes in these renders, looking eerily similar to Mr.Freeze from Batman. SirActionSlacks commented on him by stating, "Lich. This guy looks like he is frozen on Mount Everest and people use him as a waypoint on their way up to the summit. That’s a very useful 7/10. ”

Lich as a human

A hero dear to SirActionSlacks is Omniknight. Two real-life renditions of the hero were created by using two different angels, and SirActionSlacks described them in the most accurate way possible.

“Omniknight! This is how (first image) Omniknight would look in real life when he found out there was a patch and he starts rolling down looking for his name and this is him (second image) after he finds the nerfs.

Windranger is one hero that SirActionSlacks is passionately opposed to. His reaction after recreating the hero was rather comical.

“Windranger! What do you want me to say? Looks exactly like Windranger. I absolutely hate it and it’s a 10 out of 10 and I hate it.”

Windranger as a human

SirActionSlacks produces some truly unique content. During his research into Dota 2 lore, he produced some really insightful videos about hero history, relationships, origins, and more. Furthermore, he played a major role in the development of the updated Dota 2 tutorial included in the game client, which was released a few months ago.

On his YouTube channel, SirActionSlacks currently has 206k subscribers. He has not been active on his channel for the past four to five months, and this AI video was his first since May 2021.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors in esports. However, his current focus is specifically on Dota 2.