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With improvements to AI and more dynamic, emergent worlds like the upcoming RDR2, how long will it be before the characters in the games can comment on the very world they inhabit? Could we trust them to be unbiased? Would their role in the game make us more or less likely to accept their ability to be objective?

... Just a thought.

Last edited by GribbleGrunger - on 04 May 2018

 

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Objectivity and Reviews can't go hand and hand.



I like the concept. How would you rate our simu... reality?



 

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I cannot process the thought.



objectivity with mixed subjectivity will not end well.



                                       

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Metallox said:
I cannot process the thought.

But what if AI in games enabled the characters to do just that?



 

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nothing makes sense to me. hahaa



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This does not make sense to my brain...

If the AI is smart enough to objectively review itself, then it is smart enough to realize that a higher score will make us buy the game.

At this point it has learned the art of manipulation and the first steps toward serving under our robot overlords have been taken.



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Shiken said:
This does not make sense to my brain...

If the AI is smart enough to objectively review itself, then it is smart enough to realize that a higher score will make us buy the game.

At this point it has learned the art of manipulation and the first steps toward serving under our robot overlords have been taken.

But each character's AI would reflect their personality and 'honesty' would surely be part of that. If we asked a dishonest character what he thought of the game he inhabited, perhaps he would lie, although perhaps his dishonesty would reflect the fact he felt he could not exercise his character trait in any fulfilling way and so give the game a low score. 'I am dishonest but seldom find an opportunity to be who I am. 5/10.'



 

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