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May 13, 2022, 3:08 p.m. | /u/togelius

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I wrote a post arguing that video games are more relevant than ever for AI research. Essentially, RL is at an impasse, and all the really impressive progress comes from self-supervised learning. Could we learn behavior foundation models from millions of traces of real humans playing real games, and would this get us more general and more real intelligence?


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