Over the weekend Valve has introduced their new Steam Labs community hub where those interested can learn more about the experiments around discoverability, video, machine learning, and more. Three initial experiments have been shared at the launch of the Steam Labs community hub to help people find games they enjoy. Check them out and provide feedback to Valve if desired.
“Every year, we create dozens of experiments around discoverability, video, machine learning, and more. You know who we thought might enjoy seeing them? Everyone. For the first time, you can try, share, and break our features in early development, then share your feedback with us here in the discussions.”
– Micro Trailers are lovingly-generated six-second game trailers, arranged on a page so you can digest them all at a glance. Check out our new micro trailer collections for adventure games, RPGs, builders, and more.
– The Interactive Recommender looks at your top-played games and uses machine learning to recommend other titles it thinks you’ll love. Find old classics by directing it toward popular titles released in the past ten years, or discover that diamond-in-the-rough by zeroing in on niche games launched in the past six months.
– The Automated Show is a half-hour video featuring the latest Steam launches. Leave it on a second monitor while you work, or glue your eyeballs to it and let hundreds of games wash over you.
For more information and to check out the experiments jump over to the Steam Labs community her by following the link below.
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