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While True: Learn()

In while True: learn (), which is surely one of the most unwieldy titles this side of a JRPG, you must use the basic coding practices of machine learning to solve a succession of increasingly complex sorting puzzles and earn a living.

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Obviously, given its setting, graphics in while True are rudimentary, but have a charm that appealed to my memories from the 1980s of typing in programs in BASIC on my ancient Amstrad CPC464. The story is conveyed in a nicely cartoony fashion while the interface is mostly clear and easy to navigate, even if I struggled to really get to grips with the thought processes required to get good at the game itself.

On one level, while True acts as a tutorial in how the logic of machine learning works and is pretty successful at this, I just had overcome my brain being too old and set in its ways as more options were opened up and multiple levels of instruction were required. While the relatively simple nature of the puzzles lures you into a false sense of security, the restrictions on the type and number of processes you can use to solve each swiftly makes things challenging.

You are not alone in your coding endeavours, however. The overall story of while True involves you trying to program a cat interpretation system, since it appears that your feline friend is far better at machine learning than you are. Anybody who has had a cat deign to share their house with them will not be surprised that beneath the aloof exterior lies a brain that is ruthlessly efficient at maximising output from minimal effort. It is a long and complicated journey to develop this cat language translator, however, so you must take on many other jobs to cover the costs.

Parents need to know that while True: learn() is a simulation that helps kids learn about machine learning. Despite the initial tutorial levels, the app's lacking in help and doesn't cover all of the features. For help, users need to sign up for Discord, a communication platform that requires users to be ages 13 and up. The app also links out to YouTube and other websites for information. It's easy to get stuck on a puzzle, especially as some new concepts appear without introduction. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

This quirky simulation game brings an impressive realism to the coding game genre, but still struggles in some key areas. While True: learn() is a strange game based on an even stranger premise. This brings a certain whimsy to the complex realm of machine learning that makes it feel more accessible than it otherwise would be. It doesn't require constant backtracking and recoding like some coding apps and assumes players have some knowledge. The downside of this assumption is that it doesn't give you any help at all after the initial tutorial. It never prompts you to upgrade your equipment or shows you how to use the area where you code your own functions. There's little-to-no warning that a pre-designed function may perform better than the parts would individually. On some levels you might try every string of commands you can imagine, only to figure out that you need a function instead. Or a perfect score may require a command you haven't yet unlocked. Hints would make this so much more pleasant because searching through Discord for tips is often not productive. It's also easy to click through on an instruction or tip (when a new tool is introduced), only to never be able to find it again. This is a challenging, educational, and engaging app for those who "get it." For those who need a little more guidance, it will become frustrating and tedious. It's just difficult to know in advance which camp you'll fall into.

Families can talk about machine learning and artificial intelligence while using while True: learn(). How are they implemented in things we use in our daily lives? Can you imagine any creative uses for machine learning?

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While True: learn() walks you through the history of machine learning and the important concepts in the field by having you build systems and set up servers to earn money to buy things for your cat. Since my life entirely revolves around working to make money to buy things for my cats, I related to this instantly and found it a 100% accurate simulation of my life.

The free game's full title while True: learn() might look familiar to those who know code, and this is because that's exactly what the game is, in a nutshell at least. Many recommend the game for kids as well because it combines problem-solving and entertainment, meaning it could be an excellent (free) gift for the holidays. It'll be available to check out for free through the Epic Games Store from now until December 9, and afterward, it can be purchased for $12.99.

The story of while True: learn () follows a software programmer struggling to figure out why his code isn't working and correct it, but when he leaves the room, his cat ends up solving it for him. This prompts him to create software to help him understand his cat. However, players don't need to know any code to get started with this indie game.

Like many puzzle games such as Maquette and The Witness, while True's puzzles are intuitive and their solutions and concepts will be slowly introduced over time so as not to overwhelm players. Puzzles are set up with inputs on the left and desired outputs on the right, and the goal is to get the nodes (indicated by colors or shapes with numbers on the left side of the screen) to their correct locations. Overall, the puzzles don't increase in difficulty exponentially, so it can be a pretty quick playthrough as well, which is why it's great that it's a free Epic Games Store game.

Progressing through while True: learn ()'s story correlates with the development of the programmer's project and his milestones, such as optimization of the code, achieving text recognition, and accuracy training. However, don't mistake this game for the chance to learn coding or software development by any means, as all of its concepts are rudimentary and presented in a simplistic manner for the sake of gameplay. Still, there are some challenges to be found within while True's gameplay loop, the added element of gold, silver, and bronze medals can heighten this even further for those who wish for something a bit more difficult. Additionally, coding for startups adds more room for creativity when deciding on and placing nodes to solve clients' problems, whereas the normal gameplay loop doesn't really require players to know or understand what the client's issue is before jumping into the programming puzzles.

Though while True: learn () doesn't actually teach major mechanics of programming, the game is designed for those who want to know and understand more about how machine learning and technologies work as an introductory program into coding that is especially good for children. Many claimed software developers have gone onto its review section on Steam to recommend the game, saying that it captures the essence of how machine learning flows by using circuitry imagery. So especially for those interested in learning about these topics, while True: learn () is a great place to start while it's free for the next week on the Epic Games Store.

Fun fact: this is what machine learning specialists actually do. Now, you can become one of them (minus the money)! while True: learn() is the best game about being a data science specialist because no one else has been weird enough to make another one!

In terms of game file size, you will need at least 500 MB of free disk space available. To play while True: learn() you will need a minimum CPU equivalent to an Intel Pentium 4 2.00GHz. The minimum memory requirement for while True: learn() is 2 GB of RAM installed in your computer. Provided that you have at least an Intel HD 3000 graphics card you can play the game.

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Originally released through Early Access back in March of 2018, while True learn() finally had its full release earlier this week (Jan 17, 2019). The big question about the game is how it has improved in the time between the original preview I did for the game and the full version. The answer is, well, a bit of both 041b061a72


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