AI learns to play the Worlds Hardest Game || MORE LEVELS

  • Published on Jul 18, 2018
  • Watch some AI crush some more levels from the Worlds Hardest game
    run the AI yourself:
    level 1:
    level 2:
    level 3:
    Twitter: code_bullet

Comments • 2 698

  • LJSystems
    LJSystems 3 years ago +5

    Make a AI which creates more levels for the AI ;)

  • Alfred Windslow
    Alfred Windslow 3 years ago +282

    The problem most people had with this on the first video and this one is that it isn’t really artificial intelligence it’s just trial and error. By definition it is AI however, all this is doing is just moving the square randomly, hundreds of times, until you get closer to the goal. It hasn’t learned anything, and it’s made no decisions.

  • Penguuiun
    Penguuiun 3 years ago +119

    The difficult thing about this, is that when you die the blue dots don't reset with you, so that'll change the way the AI learns and would be very hard to implement.

  • Flipflip The Grunt King
    Flipflip The Grunt King 3 years ago +781

    Time for a confession.

  • Haroon Khalid
    Haroon Khalid 3 years ago +58

    Can't wait for you to do more level. However, a little complaint...ish. This was said on the last video's comment section but it bothers me too so I'll repeat it.

  • Inverted Milk
    Inverted Milk 3 years ago +901

    Make a AI that plays real life. The fasts way to get rich. The AI probably gonna start stealing from banks.

  • Mansel Jeffares
    Mansel Jeffares 3 years ago +182

    Make one AI that can play all levels rather than one specialized AI for each level

  • Stowaway // Diaconus
    Stowaway // Diaconus 3 years ago +41

    Do you think it's possible to have them learn on randomly interchanging levels until they learn how to complete any level? Maybe by letting the ai know how far away they are from the dots?

  • SlitherDoodle
    SlitherDoodle 3 years ago +114

    What if you made a genetic algorithm that teaches two "players" to kill and shoot each other? I saw another video do it but i need a code bullet versionnnnn

  • Rachel Baier
    Rachel Baier 3 years ago +11

    Love your videos. Actually I'm kind of proud to be part of your demographic stats in such a low category so early on on your channel.

  • Mcaidanwolf 17
    Mcaidanwolf 17 3 years ago +7

    I love this type of content. Keep going my friend!

  • Florian Maier
    Florian Maier 3 years ago +1

    What would be really interesting is: could you make an AI that can solve one level after another, so that essentially you could let your AI play the whole game through?

  • Anthony Wilson
    Anthony Wilson 3 years ago +225

    I program with Java & JavaScript myself and I love checking out the source code of your programs, will that still be available?

  • Elksu
    Elksu 3 years ago

    Awesome! In the next version, could you make the "player" aware of the location and movement of the killerballs, and have it learn to avoid them dynamically? Now it's memorizing the course based on steps and will fail if the killerballs start at a slightly different location. Thanks for the videos!

  • Phil Lauritzen
    Phil Lauritzen 3 years ago +1

    Anyone else notice that each of the AI's doing "nothing" segments were their own individual complex patterns and rhythms? It was both beautiful and worrying all at once.

  • Blak
    Blak 3 years ago

    I still feel like it would be cool to make a version of this AI that functions more like your snake or asteroids AIs, the ones that track the nearest object in each of the 8 main directions. That way it might be able to dynamically solve any level without having to re-evolve from scratch

  • Sasha L
    Sasha L 3 years ago

    Congrats on the 200k, I'm glad to be a part of it :D

  • Tyler Mitchell
    Tyler Mitchell 3 years ago

    im glad that you made you programs so accessible, youre awesome dude

  • Kim Nasayao
    Kim Nasayao 3 years ago +316

    Make an AI that can play Geometry Dash.

  • Calvin Ng
    Calvin Ng 3 years ago

    I am betting my hat! Also, thank you CB, I found you channel from the last channel, and I recently started learning python last week, its my first coding language and I really enjoying it. You're an inspiration, keep it up!