Tag: computer games

In Artificial Intelligence Competition, Two Bots Pass for Human

By Ashley P. Taylor | October 1, 2012 3:21 pm

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In the 2012 Bot Prize competition, the true winner may be the one who makes the most mistakes. In this match, video game avatars directed by artificial intelligence compete to see which comes across as most human in a fight against real human players. This year, for the first time, human participants mistook the two bots for humans more than half the time, a feat researchers attribute to the fact that these bots were programmed to be less-than-perfect players.

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