Artificial Intelligence (AI) Makes The Metaverse More Secure And Inclusive


After OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT-4 was released, artificial intelligence (AI) became the newest buzzword in the emerging tech scene. There are differing views on this revolutionary technology, with some people saying it should be feared. 


Sebastien Borget, co-founder & COO of The Sandbox and president of the Blockchain Game Alliance, expressed his excitement about "the possibilities that AI offers for creators" in an interview with Jesse Coghlan, a Cointelegraph reporter, who attended the WOW Summit in Hong Kong in 2023. 

In basics, AI is here to help creators create even faster, not to frighten us, according to Borget. 

"[Creators] can quickly show and materialize ideas with this generative AI tool. This is amazing. There has been a significant increase in the speed at which ideas can materialize."

Borget went on to say that this will help the metaverse come to life more and give users access to more "diverse and inclusive" avatars.

He gave a signal to a business creating an AI application that enables users to upload videos from a smartphone and add emotions to an avatar directly from the live feed. The co-founder of Sandbox claims that this application of AI enables "more expression and feeling" in content creation.

Because AI can more automatically monitor chat text to avoid toxicity, for example, it has contributed to making the metaverse safer.

The idea of using AI to increase safety in the Web3 sector has been floated before. It is claimed that AI-based tools can make NFT markets more secure and transparent.

7 examples of artificial intelligence in everyday life

Our daily lives are increasingly impacted by artificial intelligence (AI).  AI can automate regular and time-consuming jobs, freeing humans up to concentrate on more important duties. Furthermore, AI systems can analyze massive volumes of data to personalize products, services, and experiences. Furthermore, AI is fueling innovation in a variety of areas, including finance, retail, and education.

Here are seven everyday-life examples of artificial intelligence.

Personal Assistants

There are AI-powered personal assistants in smartphones, smart speakers, and other gadgets like Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa. 


They are capable of a variety of tasks, including setting reminders and sending messages, playing music, and interacting with smart home gadgets.

Social media

AI is used by social media platforms to analyze user preferences and behavior, recommend relevant content, and personalize the user experience. Additionally, false news, hate speech, and other harmful content are discovered and removed with the help of AI systems.

Social Media

For instance, Meta uses artificial intelligence to find and remove harmful content and fake news. Based on user activity, Instagram uses AI to suggest posts and stories. TikTok employs AI to customize the user experience and suggest videos.

Customer service

Businesses are using chatbots and virtual assistants that are AI-powered more and more to provide 24/7 customer service. These chatbots use natural language processing to understand customer questions and provide pertinent answers.

Customer Service

For instance, a lot of businesses, like H&M, use chatbots that are powered by AI to offer customer support. These chatbots can answer numerous queries, such as how to handle returns and track orders.


Patient monitoring, drug research, and medical imaging are examples of artificial intelligence applications in the healthcare industry. AI algorithms can be used for medical image analysis, anomaly detection, and diagnosis support.


As an illustration, Merative (previously IBM Watson Health) uses AI to analyze medical images and support physicians in their diagnoses. Ada is an app that uses AI to assist users in identifying symptoms and contacting medical professionals.


E-commerce sites like Amazon use AI algorithms to provide product recommendations to customers based on their search queries, browsing histories, and other data. As a result, there is an increase in customer satisfaction and sales.


Autonomous automobiles

To perceive their surroundings, plan routes, and make decisions while driving, self-driving cars, trucks, and buses use artificial intelligence (AI). It is anticipated that this technology will reduce traffic jams, pollution, and collisions.


For instance, Tesla's self-driving cars, which can safely navigate roads, highways, and parking lots without human assistance, are powered by AI.

Smart home technologies

Smart home appliances such as thermostats, lighting controls, and security systems use AI to learn user preferences and modify settings.  Using mobile devices or voice commands, these devices can also be controlled remotely.

Smart Home

For instance, Philips Hue makes lighting adjustments based on the user's preferences and the amount of ambient light.

Others have agreed with Borget that AI can be used to make the metaverse more interactive. It can help create more accurate simulations of social interactions that occur in the real world but are currently not possible in the available metaverse.

Nonetheless, AI skeptics continue to raise concerns about the technology's potential negative consequences. On March 22, over 2,600 tech industry leaders and researchers, including Elon Musk, signed an open letter calling for a halt to further AI development. 

The letter cites "profound risks to society and humanity" as a result of the current rate of development.


The co-founder of The Sandbox has emphasized the critical part that artificial intelligence (AI) is playing in creating a more secure and welcoming metaverse. The Sandbox is dismantling barriers and fostering a more welcoming environment for all users with the help of AI-powered moderation tools, accessibility features, and creative experiences made possible with the aid of AI-generated music. We can anticipate seeing even more exciting AI applications as the platform continues to develop and innovate, which will make the metaverse an even more dynamic and engaging virtual environment.

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