The following is a guest post
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic in the tech and innovation world as of late. It has fueled the stuff of great sci-fi movies for generations, but only now is gaining traction in real, marketable products and services.
Yet, video games that feature AI aren’t particularly appealing; at least, not yet anyway. AI is functional, yet still lacks the flexibility and common sense of a real human. This is evident in plenty of online multiplayer games, where most computer-generated characters lack human reactions in complex situations.