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Roundtables: The Future of AI Games

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Recorded on June 24, 2024

The Future of AI Games

Speakers: Niall Firth, executive editor, and Allison Arieff, editorial director

Generative AI is coming for games and redefining what it means to play. AI-powered NPCs that don’t need a script could make games—and other worlds—deeply immersive. This technology could bring an unprecedented expansiveness to video and computer games, opening up possibilities we can only begin to imagine.

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