Google’s DeepMind to start playing StarCraft II as part of machine learning research

DeepMind, the artificial intelligence programme run by Google’s parent company Alphabet, is to use StarCraft as part of its research into machine learning. StarCraft is one of the longest-running and most popular online strategy games around – including as a pioneer in eSports – and has now revealed it is working with DeepMind to help further research into AI. (David Goldman/AP) DeepMind’s Oriol Vinyals said in blog post on the subject: “DeepMind is on a scientific mission to push the boundaries of AI, developing programmes that can learn to solve any complex problem without needing to be told how. “Games are the perfect environment in which to do this, allowing us to develop and test smarter, more flexible AI algorithms quickly and efficiently, and also providing instant feedback on how…


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