C# Augmented Reality with AForge.Net and a Webcam

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Results of AI plus Augmented Reality

AForge.NET is an open source and useful framework for C Sharp with many useful prewritten libraries, perfect for augmented reality, of which I’ll focus on two here: AForge.Video and AForge.Imaging. They provide the connection to the webcam driver that I needed to get this project … Click To Read More

A Discussion of Simple and General Artificial Intelligence

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As I hinted in an earlier post, a discussion of simple and general artificial intelligence was upcoming.

But first up, let’s get the definitions and terminology out of the way. Weak or Narrow Artificial Intelligence is defined as a computer program that is “non-sentient” … Click To Read More

C# Programming – Big Two Card Game – Chinese Poker – 大老二 – Da Lao Er – Part 4 – The Computer Players – Artificial Intelligence 2

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Big Two Series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

In my previous post here, I outlined the framework on which the AI players of my Big Two program operate:

  1. The computer would sort their cards by rank.
  2. The computer makes an exhaustive
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C# Programming – Big Two Card Game – Chinese Poker – 大老二 – Da Lao Er – Part 3 – The Computer Players – Artificial Intelligence 1

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Big Two Series: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

In my previous post here, we walked through the code behind the processing of the human player’s actions. This time we’ll go through the code of the weak AI – one without sentience … Click To Read More