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Google Algorithm Beats Board Game Champion

An algorithm designed by Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence division has conquered the reigning champion of the board game Go, a feat that Facebook claims its own AI division is also close to achieving. What do you think?

  • “Fine, fine, I’ll get a computer.”

    Morgan Darby Leaflet Folder
  • “That’s not fair! Using a combination of complex algorithms to aid reinforcement learning is cheating!”

    Tiffany Wells Unemployed
  • “I’m sorry, but this AI stuff scares me to death. It’s only a matter of time until we wake up to find the world overrun with computers playing all sorts of board games.”

    Dennis Kalen Part-Time Laborer


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