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Google’s new AI has learned to become “highly aggressive” in stressful situations

“It was only when the Google team tested more and more complex forms of DeepMind that sabotage, greed, and aggression set in. 

As Rhett Jones reports for Gizmodo, when the researchers used smaller DeepMind networks as the agents, there was a greater likelihood for peaceful co-existence.

But when they used larger, more complex networks as the agents, the AI was far more willing to sabotage its opponent early to get the lion’s share of virtual apples.

The researchers suggest that the more intelligent the agent, the more able it was to learn from its environment, allowing it to use some highly aggressive tactics to come out on top.”

Source: Google’s new AI has learned to become “highly aggressive” in stressful situations – ScienceAlert

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