SPEEDGATE AI GAME

Parker Carter
Parker Carter

SPEEDGATE

SpeedGate is a sport that some AI faggots came up with. I wanted to archive the website and link that here, but the website is generated from JS in real time (because that's apparently necessary to describe a sport,) rendering archiving useless. Eventually, I had to screencap the website 18 times and stitch the parts together in GIMP to create pic related.

The game seems alright for backyard fun; thing is, it really wasn't that much work on the part of the software. The sport was dreamed up by a series of ANNs that were being run on an (((Nvidia))) cluster along with many other possible games and this one was the one that made the most sense (others were games that involved exploding frisbees and underwater freerunning.)

Although the sport seems decently fun, it seems that the creators are complete faggots. I'm not sure about my own opinion of this sport, but it at least seems like a technically impressive feat.

Attached: SpeedGate.jpg (2.46 MB, 1904x13984)

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player.vimeo.com/video/329923291?dnt=1&app_id=122963?wmode=transparent
archive.fo/LNsd8

Gabriel Rodriguez
Gabriel Rodriguez

Random tech website's coverage of the game:




Humans have employed Al to identify what's in photos, create artificial faces, and even
play video games betier than we can. For the first time, Al has created a sport. Nvidia and
a design agency called AKQA fed neural networks data about sports that already exist,
and they came up with a new one. It's called Speedgate, and it's a mix of rugby, field
hockey, soccer, and more.

The team started with the rules for 400 of the world’s most popular sports — that’'s more
than 7,300 individual rules. That data passed through a recurrent neural network and a
deep convolutional generative adversarial network. A recurrent neural network uses
connections between the individual nodes to process sequences of inputs in time. A
generative adversarial network uses two networks in comp:
the two generates an output, and the other decides if the output seems “real.”





on with each other. One of



AKQA and N ran the networks on clusters of Tesla GPUs to generate more than
1,000 different sports complete with rules and logos. Of course, machines have no
regard for human safety, so many of the suggested games were too dangerous or
impractical. There was one that involved underwater parkour and another based on
exploding frisbees. And who wouldn’t want to throw balls back and forth while walking a
tightrope between two hot air balloons? The humans on the team evaluated the outputs
and pared them down to a list of 10 possibilities and then field tested three of them.
Speedgate was the winner.

To play Speedgate, you need two teams of six players and a few flexible poles to create
the gates. There’s a center gate and one at each end of the field. Three players on each
team can go wherever they like on the field, but the other three can only cross into the
other team’s half when their team has control of the gate. You get control by kicking the
ball through the center gate, but you can’t step in the center gate area.



( player.vimeo.com/video/329923291?dnt=1&app_id=122963?wmode=transparent

You can toss the ball between players, but you can’t run with it. If you catch the ball, it has
to be passed or kicked within three seconds. If you don’t, the other team can try to snatch
it away. You score points by kicking the ball through the other team’s gate in either
direction. The winner is the team with the most points at the end of three 7-minute
periods.

There’s a full website with rules, field measurements, and even a recommendation for
what ball to use (a size 4 rugby training ball). AKQA is looking to make Speedgate a thing
in communities around the world. There’s a page on the Speedgate website where you
can sign up to get materials on how to start your own league. Unless that’s just what the
machines want us to do.

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Adrian Cruz
Adrian Cruz

too complicated

Josiah Foster
Josiah Foster

designed by AI
apparently they told their AI that women want to play sports.
generate more than 1,000 different sports
The humans on the team evaluated the outputs and pared them down to a list of 10 possibilities and then field tested three of them. Speedgate was the winner.
This is interesting. They're basically admitting that AI is useless on it's own; it needs a human to do filtering for it. Out of 1000 games, only one ended up being any good. And looking at it, it's clearly pretty ass as well. Recent blogs on AI generated poetry finds the same thing. AI can generate passable, but ultimately shitty poetry, 1/1000 of the time.

Thomas Wood
Thomas Wood

This, pretty much. I really wonder how this would compare to just randomly mixing the rules of different games together and seeing what comes out.
<There was one that involved underwater parkour and another based on exploding frisbees.
These actually sound more interesting.

Aiden Butler
Aiden Butler

Speedgate is all about inclusivity, teamwork and fun.

It's a literal SJW sport

Ethan Wilson
Ethan Wilson

Speedgate is all about inclusivity, teamwork and fun.
<It's a literal SJW sport
Heh, more like normally working society sport, especially teamwork and fun part.

Lucas Thompson
Lucas Thompson

pizzagate?

Jace Price
Jace Price

The biggest issue I see is that awkward foul zone in the center gate

Aiden Wood
Aiden Wood

its just stupid with all those poles all over the field. you're gonna crash into them all the time. won't be so funny after a while.

Carter Thompson
Carter Thompson

Skiers don't seem to mind

Julian Carter
Julian Carter

The kind of people who jack off over "AI" are also NPCs who have no deep insight into anything. They make shit poetry AI, because they don't have the capacity to understand what poetry is. Literally in their mind they think poetry is just stringing funny words together, with no holistic idea. It's pathetically reductionist thinking applying to everything, except that thinking makes money these days so it gets encouraged.

I wish there were newbie friendly, universally adopted scripting languages for things like writing bots for games. Right now I/O is 90% of the work, before you can start learning basic AI algos you have to go on a fucking journey to figure out how to get the program to talk to the game first, or learn the devs spergtastic api. There's plenty of people who know a lot of deep, specialized strategy that could make really cool true AI, but aren't, because the barrier of entry is too high.

Jack Lewis
Jack Lewis

This is so goddamn true. A good majority of people that I know that refer to themselves as "programmers" only know how to glue together other peoples' code.

archive.fo/LNsd8 is a perfect example of how shit most people are these days at writing something actually useful.

How one developer just broke Node, Babel and thousands of projects in 11 lines of JavaScript; Code pulled from NPM – which everyone was using

When NPM took Kik away from the developer, he was furious and unpublished all of his NPM-managed modules. "This situation made me realize that NPM is someone’s private land where corporate is more powerful than the people, and I do open source because Power To The People," Koçulu blogged.

Unfortunately, one of those dependencies was left-pad. The code is below. It pads out the lefthand-side of strings with zeroes or spaces. And thousands of projects including Node and Babel relied on it.
With left-pad removed from NPM, these applications and widely used bits of open-source infrastructure were unable to obtain the dependency, and thus fell over during development and deployment. Thousands, worldwide. Left-pad was fetched 2,486,696 downloads in just the last month, according to NPM. It was that popular.



module.exports = leftpad;

function leftpad (str, len, ch) {
str = String(str);

var i = -1;

if (!ch && ch !== 0) ch = ' ';

len = len - str.length;

while (++i < len) {
str = ch + str;
}

return str;
}

Isaiah Hernandez
Isaiah Hernandez

HAPAS ARE SUPERIOR TO WHITES

Jose Jackson
Jose Jackson

Holy shit, the Masonic influence here is glowing.

Colton Evans
Colton Evans

I wonder (((why))).

Andrew Williams
Andrew Williams

Schizophrenia is one hell of a drug.

Jayden Hill
Jayden Hill

Looks like some Soros-funded controlled opposition to me.

Levi Cook
Levi Cook

Whatcha sliding Chaim?

Carter Perry
Carter Perry

Hats off to the 14 year-old who has made all the Larpfaggots on Zig Forums lose their shit.

Anthony Cruz
Anthony Cruz

SpeedGate is a sport that some AI faggots came up with
SpeedGate is a MEATSPACE sport that some AI faggots came up with
6 players on two teams + 6 gates = 6.6.6
Satan wants his own niggerball game for NPCs

Heh, more like normally working society sport, especially teamwork and fun part.
Normally working society
NPC-entric
I agree with the other user: SJW sport confirmed

Ian Roberts
Ian Roberts

Good idea user, but don't you think that idea is a bit too Jewish?

Jason Nguyen
Jason Nguyen

Whatcha sliding MOSHE?

Gavin Morgan
Gavin Morgan

Kike mods are trying to get TOR banned. Don't let them get away with it!

Juan Perry
Juan Perry

AI can generate passable, but ultimately shitty poetry, 1/1000 of the time
Still beats Tumblr.

external dependency
for 11 LoC
I know coding classes tell you not to rewrite everything, but this is nigger-tier.

Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas

hand-side of strings with zeroes or spaces. And thousands of projects including Node and Babel relied on it.
With left-pad removed from NPM, these applications and widely used bits of open-source infrastructure were unable to obtain the dependency, and thus fell over during development and deployment. Thousands, worldwide. Left-pad was fetched 2,486,696 downloads in just the last month, according to NPM. It was that popular.

imported 11 LoC
1000s of projects crash when 11 LoC withdrawn
wut?
I didn't know civilization had regressed so far already.

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Kayden Rivera
Kayden Rivera

Mods REALLY need to start banning racism on here.

Joshua Evans
Joshua Evans

This is why you never trust anything written in JS.

Cooper Watson
Cooper Watson

Eat shit, you fatherless stinking nigger.

Blake Rodriguez
Blake Rodriguez

/pol/lack falls for the spambot
Sasuga /pol/.

Noah Parker
Noah Parker

doesnt node download everything on demand.. that would explain the crazy download counts

Robert Fisher
Robert Fisher

AI AI AI AI
We need a filter that changes AI to 'Machine Learning' until 2023

Isaac James
Isaac James

AI
Artificial insemination?

John Carter
John Carter

Looks fun. More people need to go out and do physical activity more.

Kayden White
Kayden White

More like SpeedGAY

Daniel Thomas
Daniel Thomas

Why did they need a computer to invent this, though?

Ryan Fisher
Ryan Fisher

Yeah Right...
In the words of George Raymond Richard Martin:
"You just took a lot of pills, mashed together a bunch of sci-fi and fantasy clichés and crapped out a 2000 page turd."

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