How do you get better at something? These differences matter most in 1v1 where our bot had a reaction time of 67msbut the playing field is relatively equitable as we've seen humans learn from and adapt to the bot. By using this site, you agree that we can set and use these cookies. This is not the same AI you normally face in a game. I disagree I got into Starcraft recently and find it very much vibrant, both in the pro scene and casual. On the other hand, I'm seeing some plausible solutions to the policy problem emerging in the literature, but it's still very much an open question what will emerge as the go-to. The fundamental problem of making complex predictions over very long sequences of data appears in many real world challenges, such as weather prediction, climate modelling, language understanding and more.
I can't decide if I would be bummed or excited if that turns out to be the case.
For instance if I play and it sets me against Hard AI, is it set to that no matter what? Each unit is balanced around costs, attention, utility, requirements, and other units. Uh, real strategy games? I agreed with everything you said until here. Getting supply blocked or not hitting production cycles is more likely to get you behind in StarCraft.