I’ve write a couple of time about project Malmo and Minecraft, so if you like Minecraft and Artificial Intelligence, MineRL will make your day. Let’s start with some basis:
MineRL is a large-scale dataset on Minecraft of seven different tasks, which highlight a variety of research challenges including open-world multi-agent interactions, long-term planning, vision, control, navigation, and explicit and implicit subtask hierarchies.
There are 2 main ways to be involved with MineRL, entering the AI (DL) competition, or playing Minecraft (to create more source data to train and test models!)
In the play more, MineRL want to solve Minecraft using state-of-the-art Machine Learning! To do so, MineRL is creating one of the largest datasets of recorded human player data. The dataset includes a set of tasks which highlights many of the hardest problems in modern-day Reinforcement Learning: sparse rewards and hierarchical policies.
There is plenty of information and details on the main website, and as soon as I finish some of my current work and personal projects, I’ll for sure spend more time here!
More information http://minerl.io/about/
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