Artificial Intelligence

An AI taught itself to play a video game – for the first time, it's beating humans

This is the first time an AI has attained human-like skills in a first-person video game. Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Maude Lavanchy

Research associate, IMD Business School

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