NVIDIA G-Assist AI Chatbot Optimise PC Games

NVIDIA Reveals G-Assist AI Chatbot to Help You Optimise Your PC Games

NVIDIA first revealed its G-Assist AI chatbot as an April Fools joke back in 2017 – a powerful AI assistant that could essentially play your games while you leave your computer. Now, with the rise of AI technology and its relevancy in pop culture, NVIDIA is officially making that a reality. During Computex 2024, the company unveiled the new G-Assist chatbot that will guide you through games and even help you optimise your PC games.

Unfortunately, Project G-Assist is only a tech demonstration right now but it’s already showing plenty of promise. Based on chat inputs, the AI assistant will help you figure out the most optimal settings for your PC games and even offer help by guiding you through tough sections. The AI will apparently be able to read what’s happening on-screen at any given time and based on that information, relay some helpful advice to you.

In a demo presented to the press (via The Verge), NVIDIA’s G-Assist was shown responding to a voice query asking, “what’s the next early game weapon and where do I find the crafting materials for it?” in Ark: Survival Ascended. The AI chatbot will also help you configure settings and optimise your games for the best experience possible based on your current specs. NVIDIA is boasting about an extremely powerful tool that could be a game-changer for PC gaming if done right.

However, it’s not too dissimilar to what Microsoft is showcasing with its own Copilot AI assistant that basically does the same thing – Minecraft was used in an example of how it’s able to help players, read on-screen information and offer guidance or advice based on chat prompts. ASUS is using the powerful AI tech for the Vivobook S 15 that will also manage all digital assets, using AI assistance to sort, edit, manage and export captured raw files.

Either way you look at it, AI technology is being used in interesting ways to help you optimise games, get some guidance or even take the wheel while you step away from the PC. All of this is just for show right now so we’ll have to wait a while longer to see if it’s successfully implemented in the gaming world.

Source: The Verge

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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