'AI Motion Capture' refers to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms and techniques to capture and analyze human movement for a variety of purposes, such as animation, gaming, and sports performance analysis. AI motion capture can be used to track and record human movements with high precision, using sensors or cameras to capture motion data. AI motion capture applications can use machine learning algorithms to analyze the motion data and identify patterns and trends in the movement. For example, they can be used to generate realistic animations of human movement, such as in video games or movies, or to analyze the performance of athletes or dancers. AI motion capture can also be used for virtual reality applications, such as creating immersive experiences or simulations. AI motion capture can be used in a wide range of industries, including entertainment, sports, and healthcare. However, there are concerns around the ethical and social implications of AI motion capture, such as the potential for the misuse or abuse of motion data, as well as issues around data privacy and security.