9 Men’s Morris is a 2000 years old strategy game where players have millions of options to choose from. In this project we aim to build a Quantum Agent that can play the game. The structure of the game allows us to describe it with a Graph Network and we want to train it using a Quantum Simulator. We aim to have an agent running on a Quantum Simulator which human players can play against at the end of CERN Webfest.
Come join us learning quantum computing!
Cenk Tüysüz -- email@example.com (mentor)
Daniel Dobos -- firstname.lastname@example.org (mentor)
At the end of the weekend we aim to have an agent running on a Quantum Simulator which human players can play against.
• Curiosity (The only must have skill)
• Basic knowledge of neural networks
• Basic knowledge of quantum programming (Qiskit)
• Basic knowledge of graph networks
• Basic knowledge of python
The only prerequisite is being curious!
A descpriton of the game can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nine_men%27s_morris
An ML paper on the game: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8286908&tag=1