Nvidia has slowly been climbing out of the reputational pit it dug with the , its AI-enhanced technology for upscaling games to run on higher-resolution displays without visual or framerate compromises. And with the second generation of the technology, it will presumably fix one of the last big disappointments: The way it works on screen resolutions lower than 4K.
DLSS, or Deep Learning Super-Sampling, uses cloud-based AI to simulate games at insanely high resolutions and teaches your GPU how to mimic that level of detail.
According to Nvidia, the upcoming DLSS 2.0 better leverages the Turing AI-acceleration cores of its
Source CNET Computer News