A press release reports that the manga has been written and illustrated Kyuri Yamada, AI no idenshi (The gene of AI), will have an anime adaptation. The statement confirmed that the project will be a television anime series but revealed production details no planned release date listed.

Yamada started publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly Shōnen Champion from the publisher Akita Shoten in November 2015 and finished it in August 2017. The work then continued with AI no Idenshi: Red Queen, which was published in the magazine Bessatsu Shōnen Champion by the same publisher between October 2017 and June 2019.

voice output

  • Takeo Ootsuka like Sudo Hikaru.
  • Yume Miyamoto as Risa Higuchi.

production team

  • yuuzou satou (Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu, Marvel Future Avengers, Mahou Sensou) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios madhouse.
  • Ryuunosuke Kingetsu (Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu, Ulysses: Joan of Arc to Renkin no Kishi, Hagure Yuusha no Estetica) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Kei Chiya (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, LAIDBACKERS, Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu) is responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Takashi Oomama (Kidou Senshi Gundam: Suisei no Majo) J Natsumi Tabuchi (Adachi to Shimamura) compose the soundtrack.
AI no idenshi

Summary of AI no Idenshi

This is the story of our future... The overwhelming advancement of AI, which began in the 21st century, has contributed to the development of society, but it has also confronted humanity with the advantages and disadvantages of using highly intelligent machines as tools. And it's already the second half of the 22nd century. People take “humanoids” with human rights for granted and live with them as a separate entity from “industrial AIs”. As a new doctor who heals humanoids, Hikaru Sudo faces the "new diseases" created by the coexistence of humans and AI. Sometimes with the other side of the story.

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