Blizzard has partnered with Deepmind to improve AI with StarCraft II

The famous AI researching team Deepmind has partnered with Blizzard to improve artificial intelligence by playing StarCraft II. The British artificial intelligence research company Deepmind is best known for using games as a way to ‘teach’ its programs and try to understand the human brain. The company made headlines this year when its program AlphaGo defeated Lee Sedol – a 9th dan Go player and one of the highest ranked players in the world – 4-1 in a 5 game match. This feat was at first thought to be impossible due to the fact that there is a much larger amount of possible moves in the game Go compared to other games such as Chess. Deepmind hopes to push its artificial intelligence even further by having it play an arguably more…


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