MSU-made ‘Tuebor’ video game uses AI to continually challenge its players

March 26, 2016 8:00 a.m. Updated Email Print Video gaming is about to get a lot more interesting, thanks to a Michigan State University researcher and Strength in Numbers Studios Inc., the Lansing company he is working with.Arend Hintze, the researcher, is an assistant professor in integrative biology and computer science and engineering. His focus is artificial intelligence, and thanks to a contract signed with the school in December, Strength in Numbers is using his expertise on “Tuebor,” a new video game in the final stage of development.”Tuebor” uses artificial intelligence, also known as machine learning, to evolve tactics and moves based on how players improve over time as they play the game. The smarter the players get, the smarter the game gets, which forces players to either get even…


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