In OpenAI's Universe, Computers Learn to Use Apps Like Humans Do @WIRED

In OpenAI's Universe, Computers Learn to Use Apps Like Humans Do | WIRED OpenAI, the billion-dollar San Francisco artificial intelligence lab backed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, just unveiled a new virtual world. It's called Universe, and it's a virtual world like no other. This isn't a digital playground for humans. It's a school for artificial intelligence. It's a place where AI can learn to do just about anything.
Other AI labs have built similar worlds where AI agents can learn on their own. Researchers at the University of Alberta offer the Atari Learning Environment, where agents can learn to play old Atari games like Breakout and Space Invaders. Microsoft offers Malmo, based on the game Minecraft. And just today, Google's DeepMind released an environment called DeepMind Lab. But Universe is bigger than any of these. It's an AI training ground that spans any software running on any machine, from games to web browsers to protein folders.

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