Valve, the parent company of Steam, is reportedly preventing the release of games made with artificial intelligence. A developer named PotterHarry97 on Reddit confirmed the idea that the biggest PC gaming store isn’t too keen on the world of AI.
PotterHarry97 announced on Reddit that his team was planning to release a new game a few months ago with some of its internal content generated by artificial intelligence. The developer decided to improve the game with artificial intelligence after releasing the initial version, thereby deceiving gamers as well as Valve.
However, Valve rejected PotterHarry97’s game. The owner of Steam says that the said game contains artistic elements produced by artificial intelligence, and the legal ownership of these works, as well as the data used to train their algorithm, is currently unknown.