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Last month, you may have seen that a group of researchers created a machine learning system that could transform the presentation of Grand Theft Auto V into something that looks almost photorealistic. It turns out, at about the same time, another group of AI enthusiasts were working on something even more impressive involving Rockstar’s open world title. On Friday, YouTuber Harrison Kinsley shared a video showing off GAN Theft Auto, a neural network that can generate a playable stretch of Grand Theft Auto V’s game world on its own.

Kinsley and collaborator Daniel Kukieła made GAN Theft Auto with GameGAN, which last year recreated Pac-Man by watching another AI play through the game. GameGAN, as the name suggests, is a generative adversarial network. Every GAN consists of two competing neural networks: a generator and a discriminator. The generator is trained on a sample dataset…

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