Roblox, the popular gaming platform, recently announced its new AI-powered content creation tools — Code Assist and Material Generator. These tools aim to automate basic coding tasks and object texturing, allowing users to focus more on their creative work. Code Assist and Material Generator are in beta and can generate functional code snippets and object textures based on short prompts. However, Roblox warns that Code Assist is still incomplete and may produce inaccurate or misleading information. It's up to the user to check, test, and decide if the code suggestions are contextually appropriate. Although these AI-powered tools may be familiar to those, who have used AI chatbots before, Roblox's Studio head, Stef Corazza, believes they are the first step towards turning every Roblox user into a creator. Corazza envisions a future where users can create fully playable, interactive 3D from a simple prompt. While the tools are currently limited in their capabilities, given the recent advances in AI technology, it may not take long for Roblox to achieve its vision. Some experts predict that it may only take a few years for AI to generate scenes, making every user on the platform a creator. However, as with large-scale language models like GPT, which powers these tools, there is always the risk of inaccurate or misleading information. Users must remain cautious and test the code suggestions before incorporating them into their projects. In conclusion, Roblox's new AI-powered content creation tools represent exciting gaming and content creation development. While the tools are still in beta and have their limitations, they offer a glimpse into the future of content creation.