DatChat Introduces AI-Powered Pets in Its Habytat Virtual World
DatChat has announced the debut of a new collection of AI-powered pets named HabyPets in its Habytat metaverse. Introducing pets is a huge step forward in Habytat’s mission to make the metaverse more accessible and inventive using AI technology and machine learning.
The Shiba Inu, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, and Schnauzer are among the first breeds to premiere on Habytat. They plan to add more varieties and cats shortly. These virtual pets, once adopted, require daily care and training to keep them healthy, growing, and happy.
Habytat’s unique AI and machine learning engine operates HabyPets. They progress over time from playful friends to mature adult pets. Users can educate these AI dogs, like real-life pets, by varying behavioral cues, simulating the natural evolution of real pets over time. They involve in activities such as catching frisbees, playing with toys, participating in tug of war, and even racing other pets in the park.
“HabyPets are the first in a series of planned product releases designed to create an engaging, fun, and useful customer experience in the Habytat, that we anticipate that this will translate into significant revenue growth from both advertisements and product placements,” stated Darin Myman, CEO of DatChat. “With the growing popularity of digital pets, we believe this presents a tremendous opportunity for our users to be entertained while also utilizing our platform to create unique digital assets for their furry friends. Leveraging AI and cutting-edge technology, we’re bringing the nostalgia of beloved vintage gaming communities such as Tamagotchi and Neopets into 2023.”
The dogs’ behaviors change and adapt as the AI database grows, delivering a dynamic experience. Users may create a realistic experience within the Habytat metaverse by engaging with virtual companions. It establishes a true relationship with them. Habytat users will engage in activities such as feeding, cleaning up after them, caressing, and playing. It all feels like you are nurturing actual pets.