I have another quick question: Is it possible to create artificial intelligence within Jitter – for example – have a model search for another model (a zombie searching for a human) and then when it collides with the model – have the model disappear and search for another?
Hey healeyzc, i’m not sure what the best approach is here, but i’m awfully interested so here’s my two cents.
1) do this in Max – any real AI like stuff I think hasn’t been open-sourced (I haven’t run across too much yet)
2) use AI already programmed in another language — right now I am thinking of the ruby gem ai4r (which would be used with Jruby_for_max)
3) Colin sullivan uses JS to get markov chains, so this is one clever thing done… https://github.com/colinsullivan/Jnana
and have it handle any AI related tasks.
I’m on the same tip i think so I’d really like to hear devlopments
have you any code to include? it would help reference exactly what you’re after
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