Google DeepMind’s AI is now playing Starcraft II

Saturday 5 November 2016 ADVERTISEMENT First it took on and beat Atari’s classic games, then the world champion of the highly complex game of Go. Now Google’s artificial intelligence arm is going to work with StarCraft II. DeepMind: inside Google’s super-brain DeepMind: inside Google’s super-brain DeepMind, which was purchased by Google (now Alphabet) in 2014, is looking into the possibility of working with StarCraft because the game provides a comparison to the “messiness of the real-world”. The 250-person AI research organisation has teamed-up with StarCraft’s creator Blizzard to create an AI-based API that developers can use to improve gameplay. “We’ve worked closely with the StarCraft II team to develop an API that supports something similar to previous bots written with a “scripted” interface, allowing programmatic control of individual…


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