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Google's deep Q-network proves a quick study in classic Atari ...

In an old school gaming party to end all parties, Google's new deep Q-network (DQN) algorithm is likely to mop the floor with you at Breakout or Space Invaders , but maybe take a licking at Centipede . Provided with only the same inputs as a human ... Gizmag, 20 hours ago
Google learns how to beat you at Atari... Channel4000, 1 day ago

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Google's artificial intelligence can dominate Atari video games

Google's artificial intelligence, DeepMind, has figured out how to play and master a handful of Atari video games. Brett Larson explains. Video provided
 USA Today1 day ago Google Creates AI That Can Play Atari Games Better Than You  GameSpot1 day ago Google's AI could probably beat you at Atari  Christian Science Monitor1 day ago Google's AI program can teach itself video games from scratch  Domain-B1 day ago
ABC News

Syrian Refugee Crisis Strains Jordan's Resources

Dr. Georgette F. Bennett meets with Syrian refugee family in Za'atari refugee camp From a distance, it looks like a billowing sea of white on an endless flat plane. But, as our car approaches, the sea takes form. We are in a vast city of tents ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Pizza Delivery Now in Jordan's Largest Refugee Camp  ABC News1 week ago THE CHILDREN OF ZA'ATARI REFUGEE CAMP  AlertNet3 weeks ago Danwon High students, Syrian teenage refugees collaborate for photo exhibition  Korea Times3 weeks ago
Washington Post

Google's AI Is Now Smart Enough to Play Atari Like the Pros

Last year Google shelled out an estimated $400 million for a little-known artificial intelligence company called DeepMind. Since then, the company has been pretty tight-lipped about what's been going on behind DeepMind's closed doors, but here's one ...
 Wired News2 days ago Google AI Plays Atari Like the Pros  Wired News2 days ago Innovations: The 22 Atari games that Google's artificial intelligence algorithm is better at than a human  Washington Post2 days ago The 22 Atari games that Google's artificial intelligence algorithm is better at than a human  Washington Post2 days ago

Is playing 'Space Invaders' a milestone in artificial intelligence?

Computers have beaten humans at chess and "Jeopardy!," and now they can master old Atari games such as "Space Invaders" or "Breakout" without knowing anything about their rules or strategies. Playing Atari 2600 games from the 1980s may seem a bit ...
 Los Angeles Times2 days ago Artificial Intelligence owns Space Invaders and other Atari classics  ITProPortal.com1 day ago Artificial intelligence conquers Space Invaders, Pong, Q*bert  Science News Online2 days ago AI beats humans at Spacies  The Press NZ2 days ago
Houston Chronicle

Google has built a computer that can learn how to beat people at Atari games

See Also Russia launches antitrust probe against 's artificial intelligence division has created a computer that can learn how to play video games and eventually beat humans at them. is working on a lot of advanced research projects, but AI is ...
 Business Insider2 days ago
Washington Post

Innovations: 5 classic Atari games that totally stump Google's artificial intelligence algorithm

Computers are better than us at chess , Jeopardy and now plenty of Atari games, following Google's breakthrough in artificial intelligence. But there are still a few games were Google's impressive new algorithm is largely clueless. Of the 49 games ...
 Washington Post2 days ago 5 classic Atari games that totally stump Google's artificial intelligence algorithm  Washington Post2 days ago
Miami Herald

Atari Games Found in Landfill Raise Big Bucks for New Mexico City

The Atari Games keep bringing in big bucks for the City of Alamogordo. Officials said they are now up to $56,000 and they still have 500 games to sell. They say theyll wait until all of them are sold to decide what to do with the money. Continue ...
 Waste3605 days ago Atari games left in landfill brings $56K to New Mexico city  Miami Herald6 days ago

Atari producer Peter Banks on Asteroids new direction

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 Venturebeat1 week ago Atari to Release Asteroids: Outpost for PC  Individual.com2 weeks ago 'Asteroids: Outpost': Atari Announces New Game in the Old-School Franchise (SEE IT)  Hngn.com2 weeks ago [GamerTell] 10 Games Atari could do after Asteroids: Outpost  Technology Tell2 weeks ago

Showtime readies Dreamcatcher, Atari

1 min ago by Manori Ravindran Kim Longinotto's Dreamcatcher (pictured) and Simon Chinn's Atari: Game Over are among the documentaries featured in U.S. cable network Showtime's spring slate. The docroster kicks off on March 5 at 7 p.m.
 RealScreen Magazine2 days ago BRIEF-Atari announces preliminary results for convertible ...  Reuters1 week ago An Application for the Trademark "MILLIPEDE" Has Been Filed by Atari  4 Traders2 weeks ago 'A golden shining moment': the true story behind Atari's ET, the worst video game ever  24Dunia4 weeks ago
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