Sony PlayStation’s Shuhei Yoshida says AI will give game developers more time for creativity

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Sony PlayStation’s Shuhei Yoshida says AI “could develop interesting animations and behaviours” for games in the future. The head of the Independent Developer Initiative was complimenting students’ use of Midjourney – the AI art generator — to make a game, however, he is of the belief that while Artificial Intelligence can teach game developers, it won’t replace them entirely, as he predicts “more beautiful things” are to come from humans. He told The Guardian: “That is powerful, that a small number of young people can create an amazing-looking game. “AI will change the nature of learning for …

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