- Project Malmo is an artificial intelligence system used to test out AI algorithms using the Minecraft world.
- Project Malmo consists of a Java mod and code to help AI agents act within the world of Minecraft, and is compatible with Windows, Linux or Mac OS.
- On Thursday, the Redmond giant revealed the shift of Project Malmo from the hands of a small group of computer scientists in a private preview to GitHub , a code repository for open-source projects.
- According to Katja Hofmann, a researcher in Microsoft’s Cambridge, UK research lab, Project Malmo can also be used in “reinforcement learning,” in which AI agents learn to complete a task by trial and error — and are rewarded when they make the right choice.
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The system, now available to all, uses Minecraft to test artificial intelligence protocols.
Microsoft’s Project Malmo AI platform goes open source