Nvidia AI plays Minecraft, wins machine learning conference award
An artificial intelligence (AI) framework designed to play Minecraft has won a prestigious award.
A paper describing MineDojo, Nvidia's generalist AI agent that can perform actions from written prompts in Minecraft, won an Outstanding Datasets and Benchmarks Paper Award at the 2022 NeurIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) conference, Nvidia revealed on Monday. You can see examples of MineDojo in action on its official website, and the code for MineDojo and MineCLIP is available on GitHub. To train the MineDojo framework to play Minecraft, researchers fed it 730,000 Minecraft YouTube videos (with more than 2.2 billion words transcribed), 7,000 scraped webpages from the Minecraft wiki, and 340,000 Reddit posts and 6.6 million Reddit comments describing Minecraft gameplay.
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