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OpenAI Retro Contest – Everything I know about JERK agent

The first approach in the OpenAI Retro Contest which I started to implement, test and modify was the JERK approach. Jerk agent is one of the baseline scripts for this contest. You can find it here: https://github.com/openai/retro-baselines I think it is the easiest algorithm to understand for programmers who doesn’t have any Machine Learning experience. …

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OpenAI Retro Contest – Docker Settings

Installing Docker on Windows 10 for Education What we did before We installed our gym retro and got our sonic game running with simple algorithm. Last post: https://www.noob-programmer.com/machine-learning/how-to-install-gym-retro/ PS: It’s actually computer playing sonic by running this script: import gym_remote.exceptions as gre import gym_remote.client as grc from retro import make def main(): print(‘connecting to remote …

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OpenAI Retro Contest – How To Install Gym Retro – Possible Problems

If you want to learn more about Machine Learning and AI there is great contest running on https://contest.openai.com/ How to install retro environment you can find on: https://contest.openai.com/details and on github https://github.com/openai/retro The guide how to install all modules is great, but problems can still arise. After four days of trying i finally made it …

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Rendering Crisp Pixelart in Phaser (2017)

I had this problem while building my pixelart game in Phaser. My Pixelart was blurry. It didn’t looked nice. I was searching the web for an answer but i didn’t found one. Many of the tutorials were outdated so i decided to write my solution here. You can find the working example here: https://www.noob-programmer.com/pixelart_example/ Example above …

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