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DeepMind AI Moves on from Board Games to StarCraft II

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. There is a long and storied history of machines beating humans at games we once dominated. There was Deep Blue beating humans at chess, then Watson winning Jeopardy!, and most recently, Google’s DeepMind AI branch created a computer that can win the deviously complex game ...

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Nvidia Wants to Use AI to Enhance Games, Improve Ray Tracing

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. At SIGGRAPH this week, both AMD and Nvidia are announcing various hardware and software technologies. SIGGRAPH is an annual show that focuses on computer graphics and advances in rendering techniques. At the show this year, Nvidia showcased the ways AI could be used to improve gaming ...

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Nintendo: SNES Classic Pre-Orders Begin Later This Month

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. There are hordes of eager fans willing to line up for a chance to purchase an SNES Classic (online or in real life), and Nintendo stoked the flame today with an announcement that pre-orders for its newest retro console will go live later this month. ...

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The Best Free Games on the PS4

Free-to-play games have received an impressive level of critical and commercial success on the PC in the last decade. However, it wasn’t until relatively recently that console devs started to move in that direction in a serious way. Game devs of all sizes are now entering the fray, and as such, we wanted to see exactly how well these games ...

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AMD’s Vega Takes on Nvidia: Pricing, Features Revealed

After months of waiting and speculation, AMD has finally taken the lid off its RX Vega series, its clock speeds, capabilities, and pricing. All of these characteristics have been hotly debated of late, with readers asking for (and making predictions about) how it would compare with Nvidia’s year-old Pascal GPUs like the 1070 and 1080. We now have some preliminary ...

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AMD Launches Massive Radeon Driver Update 17.7.2

AMD released the latest version of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition (whew) last night, with a significant performance and feature boost for Team Red GPU owners. It’s part of a significant transformation in how AMD handles its drivers that kicked off in earnest back in November 2015, with the launch of Radeon Software Crimson Edition. From 2012 to 2015, ...

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There’s No Oculus Rift 2 Coming Anytime Soon

In the wake of Oculus’ decision to cut the price of the Oculus Rift with controllers to $ 400, there’s been some worry that this move indicates a major new platform update is imminent. It’s not a crazy idea — plenty of companies, from car dealerships to CPU and sometimes even GPU manufacturers will cut prices to clear inventory and ...

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