AlphaGo victory raises concerns over use of artificial intelligence on stock market

Related Story: Google AI wins final Go match, gets ‘divine’ ranking Related Story: Human Go champ scores surprise win over supercomputer When Google’s AlphaGo program beat grandmaster Lee Se-Dol four games to one, both programmers and professional Go players were surprised. Key points:AlphaGo’s victory was cause for a re-evaluation of how AI is usedAlphaGo is a product of Google’s DeepMind project, established in London in 2010.Professor Tapson said as AIs become more creative there is a chance they will find ways of manipulating the market The general consensus was that it would be years before a computer could defeat a human at the complex board game, which players describe as requiring elegance and imagination.Director of the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development and electrical engineering professor, Jon Tapson, said…


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