Google’s AI for golf is coming to an end, but it might just be the best way to play with your friends.
Google announced today that it is ending the A.I. Golf program, which has been used to train artificial intelligence on players, so players could take part in their own personal AI golf matches.
Golfers using Google’s new A.V.O. will now be able to play AI-controlled games with their friends.
You can sign up for the AIGame program to play against your friends in the Google Play Store or other Google services.
The program is open to everyone, but some restrictions may apply.
You will need to have a Google account, a smartphone with Android 4.3 or later, and access to Google Play Games, a free online multiplayer service for playing video games with friends.
This is not the first time Google has done AI golf.
The company has used AI to help train the human hand to play the sport of golf, as well as improve the accuracy of the camera that the human uses to make shots.
But Google’s artificial intelligence for golf has largely focused on making it easier to play and improve the experience.
That means it will not be possible to play an AI game against an AI golfer.
“We are retiring this AI Golf program for the sake of the game, which is why we are not enabling AI Golf on our mobile or web services,” Google said in a blog post.
“It is an extremely useful AI learning tool, and we are excited to see how other players use it to improve their game.”