Sesse wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:34 pm
noobpwnftw wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:32 pm
I hope I'd live long enough to see Olympics played electronically.
Just measure genetics + some physical parameters and decide the winner?
I don't think the participants being there in person are even necessary:
1.- Train two adversarial networks, the first one produces statistics/videos/whatever of the Olympics, some "fake Olympics", if you will. The second one is fed true Olympics, and the fake ones, and quickly learns to ditch the fake results.
2.- After training, the first NN becomes really good at producing "fake Olympics", so good that the second NN can't tell them apart.
3.- Run the first NN alongside some real Olympic games (happening in real time), the results should match or be indistinguishable from reality.
4.- Once this is achieved, you don't run the next Olympics, you insert all the relevant data into the NN, it will then produce Olympic games that are just like the real ones, and people can see how'd they have performed if the Olympics took place, with the added benefit that people suffering injuries that couldn't have attended get to participate, omitting their injuries from the simulation.
We're already at a point where fighting video game tournaments (such as EVO) have more attention from people than actual physical events (such as Boxing), so accurate simulations of how the athletes would have performed if the event took place seems like the natural next step.
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