Charla sobre Inteligencia Computacional en Videojuegos

El próximo día 1 de julio yo mismo (@amorag) daré una charla titulada “Inteligencia Computacional en Juegos“.  :D

En la charla hablaré sobre todo tipos de juegos y puzles y las técnicas de inteligencia artificial que se suelen usar para crear o imitar comportamientos inteligentes o parecidos a los de los humanos, tanto a nivel de juegos comerciales, como en el entorno académico e investigador.

El evento ha sido anunciado en Meetup, dentro del grupo Granada Artificial Intelligence Meetup.

El lugar y horario:


Quedan pocas plazas ya…¡corre insensat@ y apúntate en Meetup!  :-p


Angry Birds meet EAs at EVO* 2019

Last 24 of April we presented the work “Free Form Evolution for Angry Birds Level Generation” at EVOApplications 2019 (EvoGAMES) a conference part of EVO* 2019, held in Leipzig (Germany).

The abstract of the work is:

This paper presents an original approach for building structures that are stable under gravity for the physics-based puzzle game Angry Birds, with the ultimate objective of creating fun and aesthetically pleasing Angry Birds levels with the minimum number of constraints. This approach consists of a search-based procedural level generation method that uses evolutionary algorithms. In order to evaluate the stability of the levels, they are executed in an adaptation of an open source version of the game called Science Birds. In the same way, an open source evolutionary computation framework has been implemented to fit the requirements of the problem. The main challenge has been to design a fitness function that, first, avoids if possible the actual execution of the simulator, which is time consuming, and, then, to take into account the different ways in which a structure is not structurally sound and consider them in different ways to provide a smooth landscape that eventually achieves that soundness. Different representations and operators have been considered and studied. In order to test the method four experiments have been carried out, obtaining a variety of stable structures, which is the first path for the generation of levels that are aesthetically pleasing as well as playable.

@amorag did a short presentation and later ‘defended’ a poster during the reception act. The presentation is a description of the poster:

Actually the poster was selected as the second best of the conference by the attendants. :D

Those interested can found the paper at Springer web:

Enjoy it… and cite us! ;D