Reinforcement Learning in Honor of John Conway

From: https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/scieencerepository.data.blog Philosopher’s Football is a board game invented by the late and legendary mathematician John Conway (another victim of the virus). In his honor, I built a website where you can play and learn more about the game at philosophers.football. You can find someone else to play with online or locally and you can play against an … Continue reading Reinforcement Learning in Honor of John Conway

How Modern Game Theory is Influencing Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Systems

From: https://medium.com/@jrodthoughts/how-modern-game-theory-is-influencing-multi-agent-reinforcement-learning-systems-2a64a3ba0c2c Most artificial intelligence(AI) systems nowadays are based on a single agent tackling a task or, in the case of adversarial models, a couple of agents that compete against each other to improve the overall behavior of a system. However, many cognition problems in the real world are the result of knowledge built by … Continue reading How Modern Game Theory is Influencing Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Systems