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AI recreates video game engine after watching two minutes of gameplay

Advances in artificial intelligence have seen computers get better at interpreting (and winning) video games, but a new research project suggests they mightn't be too bad at building them either. Scientists have developed an AI system that can recreate a video game engine after watching just two minutes of gameplay, which could help lighten the load for developers and allow them to experiment with different styles of play.
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