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257challenge accepted: The Animal-AI Olympics

Academic Journal article by Matthew McGill, Benjamin Beyret, Marta Halina

Challenge Accepted: The Animal AI Olympics, Nature Machine Intelligence (2019)

The aim of the Animal-AI Olympics, a new AI competition that translates vision-based animal cognition tasks into a testbed for cognitive AI is to make direct comparisons between animals and AI. To keep the comparison to the animal case as close as possible, the participants (like the animals) will not know the exact tasks in advance. Participants will instead have to submit an agent that they believe will display robust food retrieval.

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