Pittsburgh University researcher uses video games to teach an AI algorithm to learn from its mistakes

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Study found that the most successful players in the video game used 'Monte Carlo tree search strategy' to generate data and make decisions

A researcher at Pittsburgh University is using computer games to try and teach an artificial intelligence algorithm to learn from its mistakes. According to Dr Daniel Jiang, assistant professor ...

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