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AlphaDogfight - from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) a programme that pitted computers using F-16 flight simulators against one another and later went on to defeat Air Force’s top F-16 fighter pilots. Check out this and this news and events by DARPA.


In a typical situation, for the emulation of physical environments, you need to define all physical rules and forces. In the "learned emulators", they use some machine learning techniques to learn those rules by supervising and interacting (instead of formalizing all of them). In this case, they do not need any exact formulation of the physical ...


Here is an initial list of AI systems that used neural networks and have achieved human-level or superhuman performance. All of these systems are reinforcement learning systems that play videogames. AlphaGo and AlphaGo Zero (an improved version of AlphaGo that does not use human knowledge but learns by playing against itself) have achieved superhuman ...

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