#Event – Less than 7 days to #Minecraft for Developers: Learning to Rock, Code and advanced #ArtificialIntelligence



Friendly reminder for next week event on AI. My friends of the Canada Technology Triangle. Net User Group give me the opportunity to mix in a single session some amazing topics like Rock and Roll, Minecraft and Artificial Intelligence.

Until today, I know what to share on how to use Minecraft to teach how to program,
and how to create AIs for Minecraft. I have to work in the Rock and Roll part!

If after reading the description of the event you are still interested, it is best to shop around Kitchener next February 21:

Minecraft for developers: Learning to code and advanced AI

You probably know Minecraft as a fun game about placing blocks and going on adventures. If you switch to a developer mode, you can think on how easy will be to control the Minecraft environment. Send simple actions like “move forward” or “turn left” will allow a programmer to control an agent. This is also an amazing opportunity to use Minecraft as a tool to teach to code.

During this session we will review a set of tools we can use to control Minecraft environments. The tools and sample will be focused on how to have fun with Minecraft and how we can use this tools to learn to code. We will also review some advanced scenarios using Visual Studio 2017, where we can create an Artificial Intelligence scenario to automatic solve mazes, avoid lava, and train and learn with an agent.

Greetings @ Burlington

El Bruno

Register: https://www.meetup.com/CTTDNUG/events/247104779/

Header:Β https://giphy.com/gifs/zombie-minecraft-creeper-cuHjncTuHW40g



  1. Hope there will be some document after the event or a video. Such mix with rock, code and game must be spread out.


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