DeepMind, Google’s artificial intelligence startup, already developed a bot that could beat humans at the ancient Chinese game of Go, but now it’s looking to master a much more modern game. The researchers have just announced a new partnership with game developer Blizzard that will see the pair develop a platform to teach AI how to play StarCraft II, the … Continue reading

Google’s DeepMind aims to teach AI to master StarCraft II

DeepMind, Google’s artificial intelligence startup, already developed a bot that could beat humans at the ancient Chinese game of Go, but now it’s looking to master a much more modern game. The researchers have just announced a new partnership with game developer Blizzard that will see the pair develop a platform to teach AI how to play StarCraft II, the … Continue reading

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