The emergence of artificial intelligence has consternation to people in all manner of industries. The investment bank Goldman Sachs has that AI could more than 300 million jobs worldwide in the next decade. Hollywood actors on strike earlier this week demanding safeguards against AI replacing humans. One sector that could from bots is gaming. Dr Richard Wilson, boss of the UK games association TIGA, said artificial intelligence would, " to more games made and more jobs". He said: "AI would the cost of making games and up the process. Reducing overall development costs more game studios, and therefore more jobs."
Gaming has greatly because of AI and was one of the first industries to it. Daniel Wood, co-CEO of the games body UKIE, told the BBC how important AI has for his trade. He said: "The video games industry always at the cutting edge of technology, so we are already using AI in many areas, including production, art, interaction with in-game characters, and community management to even more exciting and engaging experiences for our players." He : "The future possibilities of AI a lot of exciting opportunities for our sector." However, sceptics that it only a matter of time before newly-created jobs in gaming will be over by the bots.