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Generative AI? Not for Us!

๐ŸŒˆ Abstract

The article discusses Jamey Stegmaier's stance on the use of generative AI in Stonemaier Games' creative work. It covers the following key points:

๐Ÿ™‹ Q&A

[01] Generative AI in Tabletop Games

1. What are the general views of Stonemaier Ambassadors on the use of generative AI in tabletop games?

  • Around a third of the ambassadors like the idea of using generative AI, but the quality of the game comes first.
  • Only 8% of respondents said they support the use of generative AI without any disclaimers.
  • Most ambassadors do not believe Stonemaier should use generative AI, though a few think their stance may be short-sighted.

2. What are Jamey's thoughts on using generative AI for certain aspects of game development?

  • Jamey is not interested in having AI generate art or text for Stonemaier Games' products.
  • However, he sees potential value in using AI for things like:
    • Brute-force playtesting to identify imbalances
    • Assisting first-time designers with limited budgets who may use AI-generated prototype art
    • Improving search functionality on the Stonemaier website

[02] Jamey's Overall Stance on Generative AI

  • Stonemaier Games does not, has not, and will not use any form of AI to replace or augment creative work.
  • Jamey believes creative work should be built from the ground up by talented people, not an algorithm.
  • While Jamey is open to discussing the gray areas around AI, he is not interested in having AI generate content for Stonemaier Games.
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