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[D] Using ML for a Graduate Project


As the title states, I will be using ML for a project of mine, and was hoping I could get some direction on where to start. I have some experience with ML in the past, but not using it in the way that I would like to for this project.

I always thought it was pretty cool watching people train models to play games, and decided that I would like to do something like that for my project. However, I am having some trouble getting started.

The game I decided on using for this project is an open-source game called SuperTuxKart. Basically, a racing game like Mario Kart. I wanted to train a model to run the time trials/beat the AI/use the abilities/etc.

The game is built using C++, but I was thinking of maybe using Python to hook into the game process and send commands to it like that. But again, this is not something I have done before, so if that is not the correct approach here, please let me know.

Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.


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