Students Win General Video Game Playing Competition, Phase 2!

A group of students who participated in our Practical Course in Artificial Intelligence won the 2015 General Video Game Playing Competition Phase 2, where the goal was to develop a bot that is able to play video games with unknown rules. This time, our team Return42 took the crown while the winning team of phase 1 (Yolobot) still managed to score the 2nd place.

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