Artificial intelligence is a subject that has inspired heated debate, massive research and riveting fiction for decades. Already many things are cone far more efficiently by a computer than by a human. Our benevolent friend Google saves billions of trips to the library a year, your smart phone learns your habits and can adapt to your behavior, and you can even watch a little robot drive around and vacuum your house.
Now you can sit back and let AI play video games for you. MarI/O uses NeuroEvolution of Augmenting Topologies (abbreviated often as NEAT) as the game’s learning style.