Google’s DeepMind Artificial Intelligence Develops Algorithm, Enabling It To Navigate A 3D Maze

Previously, DeepMind’s AI was able to learn from 2D video games like ‘Pac-Man’ and ‘Breakout,’ so this takes its development a step further.(Photo : DeepMind) Google is taking the machine learning of its DeepMind artificial intelligence to a whole new level — by placing it directly in a whole new space. Having already developed algorithms to learn from 2D video games, DeepMind has now developed a new algorithm, giving it the ability to navigate through 3D mazes, as reported by PopSci.com. A video called “Asynchronous Methods for Deep Reinforcement Learning: Labyrinth” was uploaded to YouTube by DeepMind on Thursday, showing the navigation of the Labyrinth, which looks like it’s straight out of the first-person shooter video game Doom. Watching this video, you can see the new algorithm hard at work, making…


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