NVIDIA’s AI has already changed gaming, and it’s still just heating up

Since the introduction of GeForce RTX 20-Series GPUs and their onboard Tensor Cores, NVIDIA has been pushing forward the capabilities of AI in gaming. More features and more games are taking advantage of AI to deliver their game worlds and quality graphics. And with the latest NVIDIA ACE technology, it’s clear NVIDIA has plans to make AI even more integral to gaming than before.

The push into AI kicked off with NVIDIA DLSS, Deep Learning Super Sampling, which lets players enjoy high-fidelity visuals without the typical hit to frame rates that comes alongside them. NVIDIA achieved this by using higher-quality graphics as AI training data so that the Tensor Cores could take low-resolution gameplay and understand how to bridge the gap. Now, DLSS is multiplying resolution and frame rate with AI. 


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