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

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

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 of industrial...

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