The emergence of artificial intelligence has [bought / brought] consternation to people in all [banner / manner] of industries. The investment bank Goldman Sachs has reported that AI could [replicate / replace] more than 300 million jobs worldwide in [the / a] next decade. Hollywood actors went [in / on] strike earlier this week demanding safeguards [against / for] AI replacing humans. One [vector / sector] that could benefit from bots is gaming. Dr Richard Wilson, boss of the UK games association TIGA, said artificial intelligence would, "lead to more games [being / are] made and more jobs". He said: "AI would reduce the cost of making games and [speed / sped] up the process. Reducing overall development costs means more game studios, and [therefore / moreover] more jobs."
Gaming has [great / greatly] advanced because of AI and was one of the first industries [for / to] utilize it. Daniel Wood, co-CEO of the games [head / body] UKIE, told the BBC how important AI has been for his [trade / tirade] . He said: "The video games industry is always at the cutting [border / edge] of technology, so we are already using AI in [much / many] areas, including production, art, [interactive / interaction] with in-game characters, and community management to create even more exciting and engaging experiences for our players." He added: "The future possibilities of AI [promise / promises] a lot of exciting opportunities for our sector." However, sceptics believe that it is only a [matter / master] of time before newly-created jobs in gaming will be taken [under / over] by the bots.