One of the headlining features of the recent Gran Turismo 7 Spec II update is the return of the Gran Turismo Sophy AI, at least to PlayStation 5 versions of the game, and our latest video sees GTPlanet’s lead video producer Chaz Draycott take it out for a test drive.
It’s official: the coming update for Gran Turismo 7, v1.40, will be known as Spec II, and will bring with it a new track, new cars, new game features, and the permanent addition of a dedicated Gran Turismo Sophy mode when it becomes available on November 2.
If you were lucky enough to be at the Gran Turismo World Series Showdown in Amsterdam last month, you might have been treated to the latest build of the new GT Sophy AI agent putting in a rather unexpected performance: a drift exhibition.
Sony AI America director Pete Wurman has revealed that his team and Polyphony Digital are working together in order to bring the machine reinforcement learning Sophy AI to Gran Turismo in a “much larger and permanent sense”.
It has been a while since we’ve heard anything about Gran Turismo Sophy, the all-new artificial intelligence system developed by Sony AI in collaboration with Polyphony Digital. After making its debut as part of a limited-time “Race Together” special event in Gran Turismo 7 update 1.29 back in March, the Sony AI team has been quietly evaluating all of the data they collected and figuring out how to make the new agent better.
The Tribeca Festival, one of the largest annual film and entertainment festivals in the world, has selected the Gran Turismo Sophy development series “The Team Behind GT Sophy” as a finalist for the prestigious Tribeca X award.
The most significant update in the 12-month life of Gran Turismo 7 is now available, with v1.29 bringing some revolutionary features and plenty of new content that includes an old friend of the series.
At the recent Gran Turismo World Series Finals in Monaco, I had the chance to be one of the first humans to race against Gran Turismo Sophy, the radical new artificial intelligence system developed by Polyphony Digital and Sony AI.
It has been a while since we last heard about Gran Turismo Sophy, the cutting-edge artificial intelligence system developed by Polyphony Digital in collaboration with Sony AI, but it’s back with a vengeance and faster than ever.
Polyphony Digital recently unveiled Gran Turismo Sophy, a new artificial intelligence driving system which will appear in Gran Turismo 7. The technology was developed in collaboration with a 25-person team at Sony AI, utilizing the latest advancements in machine learning. The team’s research was published in Nature and GT Sophy was tested against (and defeated!) some of the best Gran Turismo drivers in the world at a live event in Tokyo last year.
Polyphony Digital has unveiled its new artificially intelligent driving system named “Gran Turismo Sophy”, developed in collaboration with Sony AI. It will be included in Gran Turismo 7 via a future update.