Hello! We have a multiplayer game (for example, 5v5) where the game is driven by the server (an in-house C# project). Unity for our game is purely for presentation (sending user inputs to and receiving game states from the server). We want to replace one of the players with AI if they were to disconnect. After investigating ML-Agent, we think it is an excellent eco-system/tool for creating ML-based agents, and we also like the fact that it integrates with OpenAI GYM out of the box. My question is, how hard would it be for us to use ML-Agent on the server-side where Unity not present. We found out that ML-Agent is pretty much dependent on Unity; most classes inherit MonoBehavior. Is it realistic for us to decouple it ourselves? Are there any other suggestions for our use case? Thanks!!