Microsoft publishes Project Malmo source code for AI experiments in Minecraft

Lord Marin | Jul 09, 2016 05:24 AM EDT Two children try out “Minecraft: Education Edition” and share the fun together. (Photo : YouTube/Minecraft: Education Edition) Microsoft has recently published their Project Malmo source code which allows programmers and computer scientists to conduct artificial intelligence experiments in Minecraft, effectively making it open-sourced. The Redmond-based tech company initially launched the project in March dubbed as AIX and it was only available to a select few. Microsoft promised to launch it again as open-source and it delivered by publishing the Project Malmo source code for Minecraft AI projects on the Github repository. Advertisement Like Us on Facebook Mojang struck gold with Minecraft as it went on and still is one of the bestselling games in the video game history. It even made…


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