MIT Releases Online Game To Inform Smarter Artifical Intelligence

MIT Releases Online Game To Inform Smarter Artifical Intelligence
technology

The Personal Robots group at the MIT Media Lab has developed Mars Escape, a downloadable game that collects human behavior that will help build computational behavior models.

Kyle Studstill
  • 22 april 2010

The Personal Robots group at the MIT Media Lab has developed Mars Escape, a downloadable game intended to be played cooperatively by two players. One player acts as an astronaut who has landed on Mars, cooperatively working with the other player acting as a robot to complete missions.

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