Artificial Intelligence is a primary resource in enhancing game development. In the words of Open AI’s co-founder Greg Brockman, “If it takes a human between 12,00 and 20,000 hours of practice to master a certain skill, then the bots burn through ‘100 human lifetimes of experience every single day’.”
As machine learning grows more capable, games will begin featuring more AI-generated open worlds, graphics, games, and levels. Examples of current artificial intelligence in gaming can be seen in Pac-Man and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI.
On the other hand, Augmented Reality (AR) plays a major role in mobile gaming. In fact, mobile gaming was among one of the first to introduce AR to the general public. Now, 53% of American gamers play mobile games with AR capabilities. This includes Pokemon Go, which has generated a revenue totaling over $1.9 billion.
To find out the technology behind mobile gaming works, continue reading below.
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