Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines

Iceland's first independent research institute for artificial intelligence, robotics and simulation. Fusing leading forces of academia & industry, we foster exchange of ideas, inventions and brainpower.

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The Challenges of General Video Game Playing (Video from AI Festival 2014)
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Dr. Julius Togelius gave a talk on the challenges of general video game playing at IIIM’s and CADIA’s AI Festival. AI agents have been developed for a large number of games, but being able to play a single game well does not mean that an agent possesses any general intelligence. An agent that plays Pac-Man […]

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Threadneedle

Threadneedle is a simulation framework developed to explore the behavior of the banking system. We are aiming to reproduce the behavior of banking systems using the Basel 2 and 3 Regulatory frameworks, as well as local Icelandic regulations, as exactly as possible. The framework uses full double-entry bookkeeping for all transactions performed within the banking […]

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Advanced Machine Learning for Multiple Tasks

IIIM is working to advance the development of state-of-the-art machine learning techniques to solve hard problems in artificial intelligence research, particularly with respect to scaling reinforcement learning to larger and more complex problems of the kind that will be faced by next-generation learning systems. Humans learn many things at once. Children learn to walk and […]

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LivingShadows

Have you ever wondered what would happen if your shadow had a life of its own? The LivingShadows program scans a person and transforms it into an interactive figure. Rather than being a mere projection, it is its own entity. The shadows act independently so that people can interact with their own shadows, and their shadows can interact with other shadows.

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