What's your favourite AI?

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    What's your favourite AI?

    What type of AI do you most often use, if any? If you don't use AI, what type is the most likely that you will use in the future?

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    That's a really vague question. The AI you use is often dependant on what you're trying to accomplish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Reaper
    That's a really vague question. The AI you use is often dependant on what you're trying to accomplish.
    Bad responce on this thread, maybe because the question was stupid... I see your point, myself I don't use AI at all, but it is fascinating.

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    Well, it is fascinating, but it's not really what people think it is...
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    Actually that is a very good responce. The AI types involved in moving across a tile grid are vastly different than AI meant to control a robot.

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    Oh, sorry, I didn't mean Happy's answer was bad, I just meant I didn't get many answers.

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    Haha, now that I read back, now I understand. In the future you may want to use something like "lack of interest" instead of "bad response".
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    i like searching algorithms
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    > In the future you may want to use something like "lack of interest" instead of "bad response".

    Oh well, I'm from Sweden. ^_^

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