The way gamblers interact with casinos is changing rapidly as innovation continues
The gaming industry has been taking giant steps forward since artificial intelligence (AI) has gained more territory. Technology is what makes the online gaming industry thrive, and now people are getting closer to enjoying games as if they were real-life scenarios. AI has a way to boost all other trends in the gaming industry and all its parts, such as mobile gaming, consoles, casino gaming, esports, etc.
AI dates back to 1997 when Deep Blue was able to defeat the world chess champion, Garry Kasparov, and it has continued to grow since then. Online casinos are making great use of AI machines nowadays, and it is being integrated into different aspects of a casino operation. For instance, customer service is being improved with the use of chatbots empowered by AI, which are able to give human-like answers. Perhaps the most widespread use so far is the customization of the player’s experience through the recollection and processing of data.
Another technology that will soon transform the cannabis industry are wearable devices, which are still under development. The gadgets are still relatively expensive, but there are companies like Samsung already working on more affordable devices to enhance VR (Virtual reality) and AR (Augmented reality) like Myo, Vuzix iWear, HTC Vive, Gameband and others. The Myo gaming armband, for instance, is able to recognize your gestures and perform actions comfortably placed on your arms.
On-demand gaming will probably be at the center of this new decade. Instead of having gaming consoles and computers increasing their power and processors speed to run the most advanced games, companies are betting on clouding service to play the fanciest games even from a mobile device.
Finally, open-source development will gain more ground and change the way in which video games are presented. The are many gaming solutions that are expanding rapidly beyond basic operating systems. It helps make gaming architecture simpler and more affordable for both developers and companies.