Google is rolling out a new bot for the Battle Red AI game.
It’ll make AI decisions and give you feedback on them.
But it won’t actually be the AI that makes those decisions.
Google is using a custom algorithm, dubbed “Battle Red,” that will analyze the AI and figure out the best way to play out the battle.
Google said the new bot will make decisions like: “We want to take out the enemy leader.
What should we do?” or “If we want to win, we have to defeat them.
What can we do?
How can we win?”
That’s a bit like a bot that decides if you should go to the doctor and get checked out, or if you want to go to work and get some work done.
But Google said it’s not a bot you use for all of the AI decisions it makes.
It’s for the specific decisions you make in the game.
So for example, you can tell it “You are a soldier in the Battle.
You can kill enemies.
But you can’t attack them.”
That means that the bot won’t tell you if you’re too aggressive or too defensive in the real-world Battle Red, and will instead tell you “You’re not a good soldier, so you should get a weapon.”
And that will mean you won’t have to deal with AI decisions that are based on your actions.
The Battle Red bots are designed to be as human-like as possible, Google said.
And it’ll be a long way from being a bot for AI decisions in the actual game.
But the company said it is “committed to ensuring that Battle Red remains a natural human-to-human interaction.”
It’s not clear what exactly the bot will be used for in Battle Red.
Google doesn’t have a firm date for when the bot’s debut will happen.
The company said in a blog post that it’s “always been about building the world’s best AI, but we’re getting ahead of ourselves with this bot.”
It also promised that it’ll make “a few small tweaks to the way the bot interacts” to make it more human-friendly.