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The racing game with AI that has taught itself

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This year's official MotoGP game boasts a new form of artificial intelligence opponents, which the creators have called 'neural AI'. Tom Errington joins Glenn Freeman to explain how the process works, and how developers were able to incorporate this form of self-teaching AI into a game, going from computer-controlled riders that could barely get round a corner, to creating well-rounded opponents that live up to the hype. They also review the other key areas of the game, and assess how much it has improved compared to previous titles in the series

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Duration 10:00
Posted Jul 21, 2019
Series MotoGP
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