Social gaming taps generative AI and quantum mechanics

Social gaming taps generative AI and quantum mechanics

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By Nick Flaherty

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A US startup is tapping all the buzz words for its latest phone-based gaming software.

Let’sMOD in Saratoga, California has launched a platform that brings together rapid game creation using generative AI for social gaming. Users generate an endless feed of games and gameplay highlight reels, dubbed “TikTok of Gaming.” Patent-pending technology that taps into techniques from quantum mechanics opens a new chapter in the games industry.

Let’sMOD enables any user to enhance and remix one another’s 3D microgames or MODs. Generative AI boosts this endless feed of personalized adventure and the software taps into the Feynman Path Integral from quantum mechanics amalgamated with Large Language Models.

“We are on a trajectory to redefine gaming. Harnessing our team’s unusually diverse expertise, we’re charting the course for an intuitive Generative Microgame AI experience. Imagine creating rich, dynamic microgames and their highlights with unparalleled ease and enjoyment,” said Dr. Amir Zarkesh, CEO of Let’sMOD, a serial entrepreneur and particle physicist.

Generative AI is of course a popular technology for automatically creating worlds in games from prompts, and so market analysis are predicting a CAGR growth of 23.3% by 2032.

“What sets the user experience on the Let’sMOD platform apart from other micro-gaming platforms is our foundational technology. It enables a reusable set of intelligent parts within microgames to collaboratively engage with players during the modding, remixing, and highlight reel generation process. While we currently offer over eighty parts powered by our Generative Microgame AI, we anticipate expanding our part catalog into the thousands. This method contrasts starkly with the code generation strategies many leading game companies employ with generative AI,” said Zarkesh.

The social gaming startup has an impressive board, with Bill Jia, the VP of Engineering at Meta.


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