Elon Musk’s bn non-profit launches ‘gym’ to train AI with Atari games

Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s non-profit OpenAI has created a ‘gym’ to let developers train their artificial intelligence (AI) systems on Atari games and challenges. Launched on 27 April, the non-profit’s first batch of open source code includes ‘environments’ to create situations in which AI can learn and be tested by having them play games, control a robot simulation or complete tasks. The environments include classic board games, controlling a robot in simulation and 59 Atari games like Asteroids, Alien, Pac-Man, Pong and Space Invaders. “Over time, we plan to greatly expand this collection of environments,” OpenAI’s Greg Brockman and John Schulman wrote in a blog post. “Contributions from the community are more than welcome.” The ‘gym’ will also feature a leaderboard of the most successful systems. However, instead of showing…


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