NCBR grants 5 million pln to Kool2Play to apply AI to games

Kool2Play has received two grants from the National Center for Research and Development (NCBR), totaling over PLN 5.2 million, the company said. The first of the supported projects concerns the creation of advanced artificial intelligence of opponents, and the second – the automation of testing games with its use.

“The first project will allow the implementation of the opponents’ artificial intelligence algorithms for the game Uragun. The total value of the project is estimated at over PLN 3.7 million, of which the amount of co-financing will be 2,237,000 pln. The main goal of the project is to create a technology thanks to which the opponents encountered in Uragun will use their own intelligence, and the game will constantly adjust the difficulty level of the game”.

As stated, both projects, supported under the Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014 – 2020, will translate into high quality of the produced productions and will be used for the first time in the Uragun game.

“Uragun is a shooter that was created from the beginning with a focus on dynamic, effective combat. We know how important in action games is not only to refine the use of various types of weapons, but also the intelligence and cunning of opponents. In Uragun, players will fight their way through hordes of enemies controlled by artificial intelligence, and thanks to our project it takes on an additional, more literal meaning “- commented the president of GK Kool2Play, Marcin Marzęcki.


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