Machine intelligence put to test in alien world


By MacGregor Campbell in Stanford Computers that can beat chess grandmasters? Ho-hum. The new challenge for artificial intelligence is a strategy game called StarCraft A SQUADRON of tanks sits patiently on a bridge. Smaller reconnaissance vehicles inch nervously ahead, probing for signs of the enemy. Suddenly, two allied spaceships zoom overhead. They illuminate a horde of hidden alien spider-robots. The aliens’ cover blown, they attack. The battlefield erupts into chaos. Called StarCraft, this space-war strategy game is played in real time. It’s normally played by humans,
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