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How AI in Games Works

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Yemerich 5th March 2009, 10:24 Quote
FABULOUS article! Very interesting :D
Squallers 5th March 2009, 10:34 Quote
Is this not pretty much just a copy and paste of an article from last months CPC? I
opal 5th March 2009, 10:38 Quote
Very interesting
Krikkit 5th March 2009, 10:54 Quote
That's a very interesting article indeed. :D
Bauul 5th March 2009, 11:34 Quote
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Originally Posted by Squallers
Is this not pretty much just a copy and paste of an article from last months CPC? I

Probably, but given they're the same company now, why not? I doubt there's too much reader crossover.
magicpixel 5th March 2009, 12:45 Quote
Copy paste or not I still found it to be a good read.
Nice article, thanks.
ParaHelix.org 5th March 2009, 13:21 Quote
I can imagine an article like this been produced in video by James May lol
Teq 5th March 2009, 13:27 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bauul
Quote:
Originally Posted by Squallers
Is this not pretty much just a copy and paste of an article from last months CPC? I

Probably, but given they're the same company now, why not? I doubt there's too much reader crossover.

Yes it is, bit annoying really if I can read the same content on a website a couple of weeks later, why exactly do I buy the magazine again? :P
Sifter3000 5th March 2009, 13:52 Quote
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Originally Posted by ParaHelix.org
I can imagine an article like this been produced in video by James May lol

He did actually used to work on a magazine, actually - and there's a funny story about it...
harveypooka 5th March 2009, 14:17 Quote
Excellent article. Well done! It must of being a bugger to get through all the content and write.

I've been learning about state machines recently, it's great to see them actually in use instead of in a dry old text book.
eXpander 5th March 2009, 14:42 Quote
Great article! A lot of research done for this. And a really good read.

And yeah, I don't care if it's a copy/paste from CPC because I don't read CPC. And I bet most people don`t.

Cheers, Ben!
Skiddywinks 5th March 2009, 15:57 Quote
Truly fascinating.
Redbeaver 5th March 2009, 16:53 Quote
Skynet is coming................................... developers, stop doing what ur doing now! :p
Kasius 5th March 2009, 23:02 Quote
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Originally Posted by Redbeaver
Skynet is coming................................... developers, stop doing what ur doing now! :p

Beat me to it :(
DeXtmL 7th March 2009, 13:06 Quote
i've worked on AI for some while. i think you have missed some additional complexities. they are subtle but indispensable, like critia design / matching, self evolving, AI scalability, physical world interactions and predictions.
selection7 7th March 2009, 18:34 Quote
Just a month ago I read an article a (not on here) that CPU makers are pressing the games to start considering the CPU more for graphics, presumably because they want to ensure they have growth in their market and they have noticed a trend that games are heavy on the GPU but CPU's have gotten so advanced that they aren't being used to their fullest (multiple cores come to mind). Then I read this article which claims we have a problem with CPU's being stretched to their limit. So which is it?
The_Beast 7th March 2009, 23:34 Quote
pretty cool read ;)
kimbolie 12th October 2012, 04:33 Quote
i was researching your article for a university assignment and i was googling a quote when i found this www.ukessays.com/essays/information-technology/introduction-to-gaming-ai.php

i don't know how to report them but that isn't right, it's even word for word
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