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AIIDE 2010 StarCraft AI Competition

bgweber (1676858) writes | more than 4 years ago

Real Time Strategy (Games) 2

bgweber (1676858) writes "The 2010 conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE 2010) will be hosting a StarCraft AI competition as part of the conference program. This competition enables academic researchers to evaluate their AI systems in a robust, commercial RTS environment. The competition will be held in the weeks leading up to the conference. The final matches will be held live at the conference with commentary. Exhibition matches will also be held between skilled human players and the top performing bots.

Competition details are available at:"

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Way better than ORTS (1)

rndmcnlly (751912) | more than 4 years ago | (#30069706)

Finally those academics are working with a real game. That ORTS thing was not at all representative of real RTSs.

Finally (1)

tealefristoe (1676878) | more than 4 years ago | (#30069752)

This is going to be awesome. I bet the bots will beat the humans.
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