I’ve been working on a game AI based around taking an input state and choosing one of 6 possible actions; in essence, a classifier with self-play. I’m having trouble achieving great accuracy, so I figured I’d open up a challenge.
This is just a personal project and I’m funding this myself, so I can’t go too crazy, but the prizes are:
- $256 to the top model
- $128 for second place
- $64 for third place
- Game stage as an integer (0-3)
- State values as 7 floats
- Correct action as an integer (0-5)
- Must release the source to your model, under any license you choose
- Accuracy is measured against the testing set
- Don’t use the testing set for training
- Accuracy is measured by the minimum percentage of action accuracy (see example below)
- Competition will end Monday, 5/23 at noon EST
- Payout will occur by 5/26 via Paypal, Cash App, or Amazon gift card (participant’s choice)
- Action 0: 15000/31673 correct (47.35%)
- Action 1: 3000/5441 correct (55.13%)
- Action 2: 1000/2557 correct (39.1%)
- Action 3: 31/31 correct (100%)
- Action 4: 29/31 correct (93.54%)
- Action 5: 200/267 correct (74.9%)
Accuracy rating for this example: 39.1%
Submit your entries by email to email@example.com with the subject ‘Classification Challenge Entry’ and include both your accuracy and a link to a git repo (or otherwise) including the runnable source.
Good luck and happy hacking!