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How AI can Change the Online Gaming Industry
Fremont, CA: With technology at the forefront of forward-thinking businesses and enterprises, there has been a significant improvement in the way we communicate, collaborate, and complete our tasks. This technological shift is visible in all industries and verticals, including gaming and online casinos.
Over the last two years, as cloud computing has become the de-facto platform for innovation, there has been an increase in the adoption of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), augmented reality (AR), blockchain, and virtual reality (VR), among others. The gaming and casino industry, like any other, has absorbed these next-generation technologies.
There is a widespread belief among technologists that, of all next-generation technologies, AI is most likely to become a mainstream technology very soon. The disruptive tech startups ecosystem is soaring high in this space, with their potential to attract entrepreneurs and capitalists.
Virtual reality is another technology that has the potential to boost the gaming industry (VR). In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the interest of various industries, such as automobile, tourism, and gaming, among others, exploring VR use cases for their businesses. VR, in particular, allows the casino industry to combine the best of the online and physical worlds on a single platform.
In general, VR will allow gamers to play any virtual game they want, giving them the look and feel of being in a physical casino. Gamers can walk, chat, and use various slot machines, among other things. That's what online casinos like Jeetwin Casino promise.
In addition to AI and VR, facial recognition technologies have enormous potential to improve the gaming and casino industry's security, safety, and credibility. The identification, privacy, as well as security of the gamer are all important aspects of the casino business. The process of depositing and withdrawing funds could be aided by cameras, AI, and facial recognition technology.
Instead of email or phone verification, gamers can be asked to turn on the device's camera or send a photo. In order to eliminate the possibility of fraud, that photo could be compared to the photo on the government ID card. Facial recognition can reduce the likelihood of a user's account being stolen or compromised.
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