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#ActualCRYP7IK

Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:30 PM

Wod, have you ever tried to use AI that learns on it's own, even within very limited parameters they will usually fail spectacularly or in weird uncontrollable ways.

If you then add any tweaking you may as well have just done your own logic to get the behaviour you want much faster and with more control.

I have heard stories of completely learning AI in military, such as one that learnt to detect hidden tanks, they taught it using millions of pictures. Then when they took it out into the field to test it, it gave completely messed up readings: tanks were everywhere! After many programmers poured through many logs they found that the AI had actually picked up a specific shape in clouds that it thought was a tank, basically a waste of money.

You have a (completely) learning AI and vs it against my fully scripted AI and mine will beat yours the first million times while also acting more like an adult human.

#1CRYP7IK

Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:28 PM

Wod, have you ever tried to use AI that learns on it's own, even within very limited parameters they will usually fail spectacularly or in weird uncontrollable ways.

If you then add any tweaking you may as well have just done your own logic to get the behaviour you want much faster and with more control.

I have heard stories of completely learning AI in military, such as one that learnt to detect hidden tanks, they taught it using millions of pictures. Then when they took it out into the field to test it and it was giving completely messed up readings, after many programmers poured through many logs they found that the AI had actually picked up a specific colour in clouds that it thought was a tank, waste of money.

You have a (completely) learning AI and vs it against my fully scripted AI and mine will beat yours the first million times while also acting more like an adult human.

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