Hacking Video Games

Have you ever played Pong, Pacman or Car Racing? Sure, we all have! In an upcoming learning lab with Airbnb software engineer Nitarshan Rajkumar, you will play these games and take on the challenge of hacking them, too.

You will be introduced to reinforcement learning at the intersection of machine learning, computer science, and psychology. This means that you will train computers to interact with the world and learn from their experiences. You will focus on theory and implementation, and by the end of the lab, have implemented cutting-edge algorithms for playing and hacking video games.

Prerequisite: Programming III

The learning lab will take place at TUMO Yerevan, from May 20th  to 31st, Monday to Friday, 3.30-7.30 p.m..