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|Crazy-PlayStation 5's 'deep Learning' Sees How Bad You Are And Adjust Difficulty by g8662: 6:41pm On Feb 01, 2021|
PlayStation 5's 'Deep Learning' Technology Could Identify Just How Bad You Are At Games and Adjust the Difficulty Accordingly
Rumours suggest that the PlayStation 5 could feature deep learning technology that adapts games to individual players’ skills and habits.
The speculation is based on a patent filed by Sony in October of last year, which indicates that the Japanese tech giants are working on deep learning mechanics that will analyse how users play.
The patent reads: ‘Generally, a video game and video game assistance are adapted to a player. For example, a narrative of the video game is personalised to an experience level of the player. Similarly, assistance in interacting with a particular context of the video game is also personalised.
‘The personalisation learns from historical interactions of players with the video game and, optionally, other video games. In an example, a deep learning neural network is implemented to generate knowledge from the historical interactions. The personalisation is set according to the knowledge.’
That could manifest in a number of ways. It might be able detect how awful you are at a game and adapt the difficulty accordingly, or implement tutorial missions when necessary. With this development, students and career builders looking for professional short courses in ghana to study at best computer schools in Ghana are seriously considering AI, Data Science and Cloud Computing online classes ipmc courses as these will better position them for the jobs of tomorrow.
Of course, it all might come to nothing. Sony have filed a lot of patents over the past year, including plans for full backwards compatibility with games from all previous PlayStation generations.
|Re: Crazy-PlayStation 5's 'deep Learning' Sees How Bad You Are And Adjust Difficulty by meobizy(f): 7:20pm On Feb 01, 2021|
If not that TVs are not as good as PC monitors, I will suggest that Sony uses the technology to perform DLSS on the system’s graphics so they can match PC games visually. It’s a shame that already a similar priced budget computer can operate on the same level when it comes to gaming performance.
|Re: Crazy-PlayStation 5's 'deep Learning' Sees How Bad You Are And Adjust Difficulty by g8662: 7:26pm On Feb 01, 2021|
Yh, that will be something you know...
What about digital TV? They are practically computer monitors.
Do you think DLSS will work on those?
|Re: Crazy-PlayStation 5's 'deep Learning' Sees How Bad You Are And Adjust Difficulty by meobizy(f): 12:13am On Feb 02, 2021|
g8662:I have no clue what you mean by Digital TV because any TV with a flatscreen panel is digital. TVs are created for watching media from a distance of at least three feet and as far as twelve feet. On occasion, since you're not seated in front of it examining things, objects don't need to appear as good as they do on a monitor. It's the reason consoles can get away with almost ancient hardware powering games that look decent when playing on TV screens. If the consoles are connected to specialist gaming monitors all their visual deficiencies will manifest.
DLSS is not a function of one's TV or computer monitor, it is a function of your console or pc's hardware. It is GPU centric. Of course a system which offers DLSS will render beautiful visuals no matter which medium is used to display the image.
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