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Nvidia Boss Predicts AI-Generated Games Within a Decade

Jensen Huang, CEO of graphics card giant Nvidia, has predicted that AI-generated games could be a reality within the next ten years.

AI has made significant strides recently, with programs now capable of generating realistic images and even videos based on prompts. However, in gaming, AI's role has been limited to enhancing existing content, such as upscaling resolutions.


Huang's comments come after Nvidia unveiled their latest Blackwell AI chips at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC). In an interview with Tom's Hardware, Huang was asked about the possibility of games where every pixel is rendered by AI in real-time.


"I think it's less than ten years away," Huang stated. He elaborated, suggesting that within five years, significant changes will be underway, and AI-generation will become more prominent.

While Huang's optimism might need CEO-speak interpretation, it suggests Nvidia believes AI-powered game creation could be achievable within the next decade. This would be a significant shift from current technology, which relies on pre-made assets and rendering processes.


However, challenges remain. Creating an AI-powered game would likely require immense processing power. Even the most powerful consumer GPUs currently available struggle with real-time AI generation. Cloud gaming, though not ideal for everyone, could be a solution to offload this heavy workload.


Additionally, integrating AI features like character generation or AI-controlled characters (NPCs) could be a stepping stone towards fully AI-crafted games. Nvidia's own Nvidia ACE (Accelerated Codec Engine) technology hints at this possibility.


The ethical and artistic implications of AI-generated games are also worth considering. Could AI ever replace the creativity and dedication of human game developers? While experimenting with such technology could be fascinating, replicating the artistic merit of human-crafted games might be a hurdle.

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