Video games, not killer robots, might hold the future of AI

Tom Allen
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Humans hate playing with bots, but bots that play like humans aren't satisfying, argues AI researcher

Most of the games that machines can now challenge humans in are strategic, but slow: Chess, Go and poker, unless played in very specific settings, have no time constraints on player moves. That ...

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