The winner of the ongoing Mario A.I. Competition must create, using a learning algorithm, a controller (or agent) that can complete the most difficult levels of the game 'Infinite Mario' without any human aid. According to Joystiq, a video of one recent entry looks like it may be tough to top. Creator Robin Baumgarten, a PhD student at Imperial College, London, writes on his site that he...
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