Google and Blizzard Teach AI With StarCraft; What About Other Games?

Tech giant Google is teaming up with gaming publisher Blizzard to improve artificial intelligence (AI) through one of its games: StarCraft. However, it seems other games may fit the “teaching” bill as well.  Advertisement According to Google, Blizzard announced in the annual BlizzCon that it will release tools that will allow third parties to teach AI how to play their hit game StarCraft 2. This is in collaboration with Google’s DeepMind project, and the tools will be using the DeepMind platform. The DeepMind team said StarCraft is an “interesting platform” to develop current research on AI. The gameplay itself may be a useful environment to simulate the “messiness” of the real world. However, aside from StarCraft, there appears to be other games that AI systems may use to “teach” itself. Although an…


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