Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not completely a threat. Its sophistication can be used to have a positive impact. Maybe one of them opens up new job opportunities. Well, how is that possible?
This may no longer be just a dream, but could become a reality. Because AI still needs human contribution to make it smarter.
Agate’s Chief Strategy Officer, Cipto Adiguno, said that one of them is becoming a creator to train AI. So this creator no longer creates images or other assets for the game being developed.
“The problem is that now AI has prompts. The prompts don’t always use words, sometimes the prompts use images. And maybe what is needed is not a person who creates the final image, but someone who makes the image or makes multiple prompt to train the AI,” said Cipto to Game Station at the Agate Office, Bandung, Tuesday (16/1/2024).
According to him, AI is just a tool. He is very confident that in the future this technology will have a positive impact, depending on how people use it.
“Either he makes the development process easier or makes it possible for new types of games that were previously impossible (to exist),” he explained.
He only reminded that it didn’t seem like things would go smoothly. This means that there is a transition that must be passed, and there may be resistance. Even so, Cipto is confident that in five to ten years this can be achieved.
Furthermore, he added that Agate itself has tried to implement AI in several of its games. It’s just that Cipto said that the results are often not very visible.
“So that’s actually a good thing. So you can’t tell which ones actually have AI interference and which don’t,” said Cipto.
Cipto also explained that Agate uses AI to look for references, or change the screen format from portrait to landscape. He continued, that they trained this technology with their own images, so that the format could be adjusted.
“So, he’s already filled it. We just need to change it a little. But this is faster,” he explained.
Even though AI is so sophisticated, Cipto said it will still take a long time for this technology to replace humans. Even before that happens, it is possible to shift the role of AI, so that people operate it as a tool only.
“It’s no longer something that’s scary to replace, but it’s just part of the process, part of the tools used,” he concluded.