A video game called Unsupervised is set to debut in early 2018.
Its developers, A.I. Games, are looking to use AI to give players the chance to explore the world in a more interactive way than ever before.
Unsuperserved is an exploration game that lets you use AI and machine learning to explore what happens when an object is placed on a grid of pixels on a screen.
The goal is to use your AI to explore and find objects as well as explore the environment.
It’s not the first time A.
Is have explored how artificial intelligence can help people with disabilities, but Unsuperrated differs in a number of key ways.
The game will be free and will include all of the features of an actual full-priced AAA game, but you will not have access to the original game, and will have to buy the full game separately.
The reason for this is because of how AI and deep learning interact with each other.
AI, which is basically the brain that runs the game, will look at the game and determine whether a particular object is a threat to your safety.
You might not know it, but an AI will be able to see the shape of a face, how long it takes to move, and so on.
If you’re like me and find yourself constantly having to look over your shoulder while you play the game for the first few times, you might want to consider using an alternative AI.
It’ll also be interesting to see how AI interacts with other types of gaming experiences, like VR, where it can make use of sensors and facial recognition to tell you if you’re looking at the wrong thing or not.
Unsupposedly, this could be a boon to disabled players, too.
AI can be used to interact with the environment, and its abilities could even help you avoid certain things that are likely to kill you.
Unsuprobotic is a great way to start exploring this area, but it’s also the kind of experience that can really change the way that you experience video games.
And it’s going to be fun to see what other people do with this technology.