April 14, 2013

Wired story: At SigBovik 2013 computer scientist Tom Murphy presented a program that “solves” how to play Super Mario Bros., or any other NES game, like it’s just another kind of mathematical problem. And for those who know that SigBovik is an annual computer science conference dedicated to spoof research, hosted on 1 April every year, Murphy stresses that this is “100 percent real”.

(1 year ago)