Artificial Intelligence Is About To Enter The World Of Online Gaming

Blizzard Entertainment announced that they have a partnership with DeepMind, the artificial intelligence that made waves when it became good at Go. Well, now it’s going to attempt to get good at StarCraft II, and Blizzard is helping make that process a little easier for it. According to The Guardian, DeepMind scientist Oriol Vinyals is working with Blizzard to give their AI, DeepMind, an opportunity to tangle with the best in StarCraft II. The AI will self-learn how to play the real-time strategy game, and Blizzard developed an API that features a topographical colored chart to help the AI identify sectors within StarCraft II and understand how to develop strategies based on the rules of the game. The AI has a long ways to go before it’s on a level…


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