Author Archives: matturally

AI in Modern Video Games

In my last blog post, I went over the history of AI and games (found here if you are so inclined). This week I want to talk about the current state of AI and video games. While there is a tonnnn of stuff going on, I can only dive into a couple sub-topics. Computers are […]

The History of AI and Games

Everybody’s Turkin for the Weekend For the last 20 years, games have served as a proving ground for AI researches across the world, but the man vs. machine dynamic in games actually goes back to 1770. That’s when Hungarian Inventor Wolfgang Von Kempelen introduced  “The Turk”, an automaton that could play the game of chess. […]

Initial Expectations for Emerging Technologies and Digital Business

I Don’t Like Social Media I deleted my Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram in the tail-end of 2017. It’s not that I wasn’t using them; If anything, I was using them too much. This was just the conclusion of a six-month, internal tug-of-war. It started shortly after the 2016 election. I, like many of my fellow […]