USC’s World Famous GamePipe Lab offers summer research program for 6 high school students: 6/19-8/4/17 (Filling Fast)

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  • Research video game development and procedural content creation through machine learning; Make several tower defense levels by hand with our custom TD code, and then work together as a team using Tensorflow to research those levels and have the code create unique new ones. Need a basic understanding of machine language and be a competent programmer in Python, C++ or Java.

    Tensorflow is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs.

    Prof. Scott Easley, Associate Director, USC GamePipe Laboratory will be the course instructor.


  • SHINE Advanced Video Game Research program almost full, apply now! Fee $4,750 for full 7-week mentorship & SHINE Cohort.

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Published on April 11th, 2017

Last updated on April 11th, 2017