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ML-Agents training a brain per behavior.

Discussion in 'AI & Navigation Previews' started by jister, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. jister

    jister

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    hey i'm training AI for a fighting game. Since it quit complex behaviors i was wondering if i can split them up?
    like one brain for navigating, one brain for attacks and one for defending, then have a master brain that chooses between the output off the other 3.
    Is something like this possible and if so how would i set it up in ml agents?
     
  2. TashaSkyUp

    TashaSkyUp

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    I would LOVE to know if you have made any progress on this?!
     
  3. sunrisebacon

    sunrisebacon

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    Yes it's possible, see