I’m only encountering this now as I’m bored in Edmonton and using Facebook – ordinarily I don’t! Perhaps this is old news for you…
Game playing computers are getting better! It’s interesting that reinforcement learning (RL) as being used as a base strategy for these solutions, as described in Silver et al.’s (2017) recently published paper on AlphaGo Zero, arguably the most successful chess playing program to date. Perhaps most importantly, it was able to learn very quickly, without being exposed to large numbers of example chess games.
Dr. Greenspan accounts for the work that he, Dr. West and I have doing with the HyperLab at Carleton University, as we partner with Dr. Greenspan towards building a stronger bond between research in the Digital Humanities and Cognitive Science:
David’s Emergic Modeling presentation on unifying modeling for Rob’s Cognitive Modeling course is now available online.