Valve may be using a neural net against 'Counter-Strike' cheaters
Posted by Engadget RSS Feed [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 16 February 2017, 7:48 pm
It sounds like Valve is taking advantage of a neural network to combat the spread of cheats in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Posting on Reddit, someone using the moderator-verified Valve Anti-Cheat account wrote that a fix is in the works for folks using spinbot hacks. A spinbot, as Rock, Paper, Shotgun describes it, helps avoid being hit by other players' weapons. Combined with aiming cheats, it makes the cheater pretty impervious to defeat.

Via: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Source: Reddit




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