AI Can Now Demolish Humans In ‘Mortal Kombat’

Screengrab: YouTube Video games can teach computers a lot, like how to “see” obstacles and solve problems. Artificial intelligence has already learned how to play classic games like Super Mario Bros. and titles on the Atari 2600, but these simple games no longer pose a challenge for today’s machines. This is according to a team of graduate students from the Israel Institute of Technology who recently designed what they call the Retro Learning Environment (RLE), a platform that allows researchers to set AI loose on a range of games on Nintendo’s 90s console, SNES. Games they got the algorithm to play included F-Zero, Wolfenstein, and Mortal Kombat. According to a paper the team recently posted to the arXiv preprint server, which is awaiting peer review, their algorithm had trouble with…


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