Tech giant Nvidia and Reliance Industries have collaborated in order to develop India’s own AI (Artificial Intelligence) language model. The AI will be trained on all the languages used in the country. This will be done in order to help to ease the development of multilingual apps as per requirement.
Nvidia will be providing access to GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip and NVIDIA DGX Cloud. This will help build AI Supercomputers in India. Reliance will initially use AI to create applications for its customers, developers, and startups across India.
As per an official release, CEO of Nvidia, Jensen Huang said, “We are delighted to partner with Reliance to build state-of-the-art AI supercomputers in India. India has scale, data and talent. With the most advanced AI computing infrastructure, Reliance can build its own large language models that power generative AI applications made in India, for the people of India.”
Speaking of AI, video games have also been using the technology since long. However, these AIs are simple and programmed to perform a particular task. These can be Non-Player Character (NPC) AIs, normal or combat, dynamic game difficulty, procedural contents, to name a few.
Complex AI can further elevate the gaming experience. While AI itself cannot create groundbreaking games, it sure can make developers’ work easier, if used effectively.
AI can also be used to improve performance in video games. In fact, Nvidia uses AI technology for its graphics cards. The DLSS upscaling and frame generation are examples of AI usage to advance gaming experience.
Nvidia and Reliance currently did not reveal any plans for using the AI in gaming scene. However, with the rapidly growing gaming sector, the companies may find a use for it in some places.