August 1, Machines are learning to process simple commands by exploring 3-D virtual worlds. Now teams at DeepMind, an AI-focused subsidiary of Alphabet, and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a way for machines to figure out simple principles of language for themselves inside 3-D environments based on first-person shooter computer games. No additional appliances or third-party components required. Making machines smart enough to handle a real conversation remains a very tough challenge. It offers a choice of management consoles, with either: Manage your servers alongside endpoints, mobile or wireless devices, and web and email gateways with simple, easy-to-manage policies within a single console. And efforts to have machines learn about language for themselves normally require substantial human assistance.