Many existing sports have roots in loads (if no longer heaps) of years of human life. But what in case you asked computers to create a recreation? You now recognize how this can turn out. The layout employer AKQA has brought Speedgate, reportedly the first sport predicted by AI. The event has six participant groups competing on a field with three open-ended gates. Once you’ve kicked the ball through a center gate (that you cannot step-thru), your group can score on one of the end gates — entirely with an extra factor in case you rebound the ball through the gate. You can not live both, as the ball has to be transported every 3 seconds.
AKQA created the sport by feeding data on 400 present sports activities to a neural community, creating fundamental concepts and regulations. A large bite of those was unrealistic (exploding Frisbees, every person?), so the team gradually whittled down the eligible characteristics until there had been three closing sports. Playtesting caused Speedgate to win the prize.