A free one-hour webinar from GamesIndustry.biz and Endava will discuss the potential of AI agents (chatbots like ChatGPT) within video games.
The session will debate the revenue-generating potential of AI agents, their impact on player experiences, and the risks and opportunities for game productions. Endava experts in machine learning, intelligent automation, extended reality and IP law will have an open forum discussion with the games company Free Range Games.
The session will be hosted by GamesIndustry.biz and attendees will discover:
- Do players really want AI powered Agents in games?
- What capabilities does AI need to be truly valuable?
- Can game developers benefit from the technology outside the game experience?
- What are the legal implications?
The webinar is called AI Agents in Gaming: How can we maximize revenue and enhance player experience with chatbots today? Speakers include VP of intelligent automation Dan Danciu, Endava's principal data scientist Radu Orghidan, VP of Extended Reality Thomas Bedenk, IP Counsel Hannah McCarthy, Senior Architect Alex Stittle, and Free Range Games' Aaron LeMay. Jamie Sefton will be your host.
Join us for a thought-provoking panel discussion as we explore the intersection of AI chatbots and the games industry. We will delve into the applicability, potential, limitations, and risks of using AI chatbots to generate revenue and revolutionize gameplay experiences.
Discover how AI chatbots and generative AI, are reshaping the gaming landscape, enabling accessibility to even the most complex games. Explore their role in enhancing game discovery, reducing churn rates, speeding up game development and addressing the challenges faced by today’s game production studios. Let’s explore together the transformative power of AI-driven NPCs, developing unique personalities that enhance immersion and captivate players.
And finally, we will navigate the ethical and legal considerations, discussing the risks associated with opportunistic adoption of technology to solve industry challenges.