With Dr. Julian Togelius (Game Innovation Lab, New York University) and GoodAI
Games, particularly video games, are increasingly used to test artificial intelligence. But what sort of intelligence is it that we want to develop? It appears to be possible to play individual games very well without actually being intelligent. Would general video game playing, where you develop agents that can play any game, lead us to general intelligence? In that case, which type of general intelligence?
In this meetup, Dr. Julian Togelius will explore the role of video games in developing general intelligence, and a general artificial intelligence R&D company GoodAI will introduce its $5M General AI Challenge aiming to tackle crucial research problems in human-level AI development.
Wednesday, April 5, 6 p.m.
WeWork Park South 10th Floor Lounge (entrance at 110 E. 28th Street)
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