Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Artificial Intelligence Can Now Beat Super Mario Bros

Tired of playing video games now that the sun is starting to make regular appearances and the outside world is looking more inviting? Good news! Now there’s a computer program that can play your video games for you! Computer scientist Tom Murphy has developed an artificial intelligence that can play NES games like Super Mario Bros. all by itself. It doesn’t even have to trade off the controller with its kid brother every other life. […]

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    🎮
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    Even if you don’t care about tech, this is worth a watch just for the laughs
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    its really quite amazing how far weve come
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    This is pretty amazing. I wonder how long it took them…
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    Ha
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