OpenAI built gaming bots that can work as a team with inhuman precision

Dave Gershgorn, Quartz, Jun 26, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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The set of five AIs had a lot of time to practice, and this made all the difference. " By using a huge stack of 256 graphics processing units (GPUs) with 128,000 processing cores, the researchers were able to speed up the AI’s gameplay so that they learned from the equivalent of 180 years of gameplay for every day it trained. One version of the bots were trained for four weeks, meaning they played more than 5,000 years of the game." That kind of practice will give you some skills, even if you aren't working with the biggest brain.

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