Games, AI & Reflection
Wed, 14 Apr 1999 23:27:30 +0100
Tom Novelli wrote:
> I'm itching to play with AI again.. yeah, I've been reading
> Hofstadter, amongst other things. :) Reflection is really the heart of
> Tunes, and game AI is the way to explore it.
Something I found *very* interesting ever since I read a New Scientist
article (http://www.newscientist.co.uk/ns/971115/features.html and the
researchers homepage at
He used a FPGA in combination with a genetic algorithm to produce some
fantastic behaviour with a small amount of silicon!!!
I know you, Tom, enjoy the idea of playing with an FPGA but probably
doing a emulation (or something similar, such as normal algorithm
evolution) would produce nifty affects.
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