Role of AI in Shaping the Metaverse
From the comfort of your home, you can go to work, do your shopping, see friends, and meet new people like you do in the real world.The Metaverse is a virtual concept of living made possible by advanced AI technologies, just like a parallel universe.
With Facebook changing its name to Meta and announcing an investment of $10 billion in advanced technologies, the Metaverse concept gained international popularity in 2021.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to hasten metaverse formation and growth as companies like Nvidia, Google, and OpenAI develop AI-powered 3D tools.
Chatbots and AI image generators can help to accelerate the working cycle of Metaverse app Development companies
Main Technologies used for the Metaverse
In order for the Metaverse to work, five advanced technologies must be combined: artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, blockchain technology, and edge computing.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
It is impossible to imagine a Metaverse without artificial intelligence. Computer vision, natural language processing, and machine learning are all used in artificial intelligence
Extended Reality (XR)
Extended Reality (XR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are two other technologies strongly associated with the Metaverse. Their capabilities include combining real and virtual environments, enabling real-time interaction, and creating 3D objects.
Internet of Things (IoT)
As a virtual copy of the physical environment, the Metaverse and IoT are referred to as digital twins. The Internet of Things (IoT) connects VR devices, such as headsets, glasses, gloves, speakers, and more.
There is a significant amount of data exchange in the Metaverse, including financial transactions, and security concerns are reasonable. Blockchain technology minimizes the possibility of data misuse by making use of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), smart contracts, and cryptocurrencies.
The Metaverse depends on edge computing for fast data transfer and security, increased reliability, and cost-savings. Cloud computing will be available to users without adjusting hardware systems in the digital world.