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Scientists teach machines to hunt and kill humans — in Doom deathmatch mode

You know how sometimes you look at a piece of research and think “I suppose it’s an interesting technical problem, but isn’t teaching an AI to hunt and kill humans a pursuit fundamentally dangerous to the continued existence of mankind?” This is one of those times. Read More
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