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Reykjavík University wins the GGP Competition

The CADIA Player, Reykjavík University’s (RU) entry for this year’s preliminary round of the General Game-Playing (GGP) Competition, held during eight days in June, received the highest score of the over 40 entries.

The GGP Competition finals will take place at the AAAI conference in Vancouver, Canada, July 22 to 26, which is one of the largest and most prestigious artificial intelligent (AI) conferences in the world. The competition is one of several side events at the conference.

The CADIA Player was developed by Dr. Yngvi Björnsson and MS student Hilmar Finnsson at the Center for Analysis and Design of Intelligent Agents (CADIA) at RU. The duo is now working on improving the player before the final showdown in Vancouver.

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