As we have already mentioned several times, Artificial Intelligence began to break into our daily life, being not only important tools in daily activities, but even displacing people in some tasks. One of them will be video games, an industry in which AIs have already begun to be implemented for the development of some titles, but now they will also be present when playing them.
And specifically in nothing more and nothing less than one of the most popular games in the world, Minecraft, which as reported on the Semafor site (via Level Up), has had an internal demonstration carried out by Microsoft with an Artificial Intelligence, which was able to control the Mojang Studios game just by telling it what it had to do.
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Something that is surprising since in general, the mechanics of Minecraft are made up of extensive lists of instructions, which the AI must carry out to, for example, make a simple construction. Something that is even doubly important since there are different ways to build in the game, an AI could perhaps find methods that human gamers had never thought of.
An important step on the way to experiencing things that we have only seen in science fiction movies, where humans can interact with even our favorite video games, just by delivering voice prompts to these AIs. Something that Minecraft fans should wait to experience, since sources close to Microsoft indicated that the company has no plans to include this function publicly in the near future.
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