Final Class Paper
Human-A.I. interaction, video games, behavioral cloning, technology, coordination
The emergence of video games has led to widespread inventions to enhance the reality of the experience. As a result, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) was developed to create virtual experiences and attract a variety of players of video games. This paper will discuss video games in the context of Human-A.I. interaction and the importance of human coordination in video games. Unprecedented errors have been a common challenge in this relationship. An excellent example of these algorithms include population-based training and self-play, which have gained a lot of interest in video games. A.I. technology has surpassed human ability because they are simply activities that are complicated and risky. In some cases, the integration of A.I. relieves human beings from actively participating in the collaboration process. The development of direct policy learning made behavioral cloning more superior. In both technologies, the expert gives demonstrations based on a given policy in the system. Human beings have a challenge of understanding specific coordination protocols that can be well outlined by converging with similar agents. For example, the video game commonly known as Overcooked uses a model similar to human play even though it needs a complicated coordination. Artificial intelligence will also be addressed as agents for the purpose of this paper.
Michael Rodriguez. "Human/Artificial Intelligence Coordination in Video Games" ART 108: Introduction to Games Studies (2021).