Soon artificial intelligence will be trained to play ‘StarCraft II’ like humans do

Blizzard revealed a collaboration with Google to offer StarCraft II as a learning platform for artificial intelligence that will be open to all researchers in 2017. AI will be required to learn how to play the game the “human” wayMoreOn Friday during the BlizzCon 2016 opening keynote, Blizzard revealed that it teamed up with Google to provide an application programming interface (API) for DeepMind to be used in StarCraft II. This will enable artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning researchers from around the world to create intelligent “bots” to play the game. In return, the knowledge gained while playing will be used in real-world applications.“An agent that can play StarCraft will need to demonstrate effective use of memory, an ability to plan over a long time, and the capacity to…


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