NVIDIA Introduces the First Ever Interactive AI Rendered Virtual World

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The technology firm has introduced a new deep learning-based model that can render virtual worlds in real time.

NVIDIA has introduced a new deep learning-based model that aims to catapult the graphics industry into the AI chapter, the result is the first ever interactive artificial intelligence-rendered virtual world. The researchers used a conditional generative neural network as a starting point and then trained a neural network to render new 3D environments.

Now, the AI breakthrough will allow developers and artists of all kinds to create new interactive 3D virtual worlds based on videos from the real world, lowering the cost and time it takes to create virtual worlds.

“NVIDIA has been creating new ways to generate interactive graphics for 25 years – and this is

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