There’s some cool things happening with AI bots. But what about when it comes to making video games? Turns out, AI can do that too.
Everyone hates cheaters, and games like Counter-Strike have had a long-standing issue trying to combat the worst of the worst. So one fan decided to take matters into his own and built a deep learning platform, which has successfully nixed over 14,000 cheaters to date.
DeepMind’s AlphaStar artificial intelligence was recently put to work trying to master the real-time complexities of Blizzard’s StarCraft II. Which it successfully managed in just over six weeks, becoming the first non-human to reach the rank of Grandmaster in the game.