Microsoft’s Project Malmo AI platform goes open source

Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures Microsoft has released artificial intelligence system Project Malmo to the open-source community. On Thursday, the Redmond giant revealed the shift of Project Malmo from the hands of a small group of computer scientists in a private preview to GitHub, a code repository for open-source projects. Project Malmo is an artificial intelligence system used to test out AI algorithms using the Minecraft world. Formerly referred to as Project AIX, the platform has been developed in order to give startups a cheap, effective way to test out artificial intelligence programming without the need to build robots to test commands and comprehension with physical subjects. See also: The world of Minecraft is now used for artificial intelligence innovation The platform’s primary goal is to boost research in general AI,…

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