Nvidia CEO: Soon There'll Be Games Where AI Generates "Every Pixel"

GAImers Rise The use of artificial intelligence in the development of video games has been met with both excitement and dread. According to a recent industry report by game engine developer Unity, studios are already using AI to save time and boost productivity by whipping up assets and code. But given enough time, the video games of the future could soon be entirely created with the use of AI — maybe even within just ten years, according to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, the man behind a company that’s greatly benefitting from selling thousands of graphics processing units (GPUs) to some of the biggest players in the AI industry. The company showed off its latest hardware GPU Technology Conference this week. Towards the end of the event, a journalist asked Huang when we could see the emergence of video games “where every pixel is generated at real-time frame rates,” as quoted by Tom’s Hardware. “In five years from now, you’re probably right in the middle where everything is changing in real-time, and everybody’s going, ‘Oh, look at that, this is happening,'” he replied. “And so I would say that within the next five to ten years, somewhere in between, it’s largely the case.” Virtual Worlds Of course, we still have no idea what a future in which entire digital words are being generated on the fly by an AI looks like. While image and video generators like OpenAI’s recently announced Sora have made substantial progress in a matter of a couple of…Nvidia CEO: Soon There'll Be Games Where AI Generates "Every Pixel"

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