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NVIDIA’s New G-Assist Uses AI To Play Games For You

Time to get leet while AFK

Tired of having to go AFK when life gets in the way? Have better things to do but need to keep that MMR up? Need reminders when you’ll need sustenance to crush the scrubs you face in Overwatch? NVIDIA has something for you – the company has announced today its new GeForce GTX G-Assist, a revolutionary product made to help improve gamer’s lives (and increase their MMR).

The GTX G-Assist is a USB drive that you plug into your gaming rig that leverages on NVIDIA’s expertise on machine-learning AI to help you play games. From competitive online games like Rainbow Six Siege to annoying single-player death simulator Dark Souls II, the GTX G-Assist has your back when you’re playing a game.

GeForce GhostPlay allows G-Assist to learn your play style and can play the game for you when you have to take care of something IRL. You can customize how GhostPlay plays the game for you, from the play style and agressiveness. BossBoost allows you to kill one boss per game in the most stylish way possible and automatically turns on ShadowPlay so you can show your friends how great you are at not dying in Dark Souls II.

Finally, there’s NVIDIA Nurture, which tracks and maintains your health to keep you in peak gaming performance. It tells you when you need to get up and start eating, orders your food for you and restocks NVIDIA’s own GeForce GTX Energy drink so you’ll stay on top of your game.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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