<p><br/> Minecraft is the next frontier in Artificial Intelligence.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> It's a massive game with many mechanics and complicated sequences of actions. To teach people how to play Minecraft requires the form of a wiki that has more than 8000 pages. Artificial intelligence is incredible, but how effective can it be?<br/></p><br/><p><br/> This is the question we'll answer in this article. We'll design a bot and attempt to solve one of the most difficult tasks in Minecraft: finding diamonds from scratch. We'll also attempt this challenge in randomly generated worlds so that we don't have any specific seed.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> We're not limited in our discussion to Minecraft. <a href="">EMAIL</a> It could be applied to other complex environments . We will use two techniques to build the foundation of our intelligent agent.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> However, before we can teach an agent, we need to understand how to interact with the environment. Let's start with a scripted bot to familiarize ourselves with the syntax. We'll be using MineRL, a great library for building AI applications in Minecraft.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> The code used in this article is available on Google Colab. It is a simplified and refined version of the outstanding notebooks made by the organizers of the MineRL 2021 competition (MIT License).<br/></p>

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