There's a lot of really cool stuff in the tracker/chiptune scene with people making music nowadays not explicitly for a video game. Savaged Regime probably knows the YM3812 better than the layout of his home:
My girlfriend Noyemi is way into this shit too, specifically making stuff with Music Macro Languages like PMD (Programmable Music Driver). These are interesting because unlike composing music in sheet-like notation like in a tracker, it's described with macros and commands, like a markup language. This lets you do cool shit like have separate lengths for your rhythm, melody, etc., meaning shit can loop for a long time without actually sounding similar.
I wonder what data AI can farm from online tarot card readings. I forgot about those but did one just now with my reliable method of spamming my left click all over the cards until I can't pick any more. Surely there is some ethereal form of guidance to my seemingly chaotic hand movements.
Imagine you are presented with a bowl with strawberry or chocolate treats but you can't tell which is which flavor so you simply take the one that is first presented to you. Whichever flavor you wanted is the one you naturally reached out to, while those that disturbed the mound and stifled their own destiny got their less desired flavor of treat. Thanks universe! Different methods for different occasions but it just works!
This may help the robots become better oracles. All-knowing and all-seeing information brokers at least with a side hustle.
Circle strafing around a horde of imps when all of a sudden they all accurately predict the area you'll move to based on your velocity and annihilate you. The horde is learning and evolving! The terror of an arch-vile that plays cat-and-mouse with you being always one step ahead and snickers at your frustration!