An AI expert says Google’s Go-playing program is missing 1 key feature of human intelligence

Google DeepMindComputers may be able to beat us at Go, but they still can’t match us in the real world. For the first time in history, a computer program is poised to beat one of the world’s best human players at the 2,500-year-old game of Go — widely considered one of the most difficult games ever invented. AlphaGo, a software program developed by British AI company Google DeepMind, has defeated Korean Go champion Lee Sedol in two out of five matches so far. It will play its third match at 10:30 p.m. EST Friday night, streamed live on YouTube. (By tradition, they will play all five matches regardless of the outcome.) If AlphaGo beats Sedol in this tournament, it will cement its place in the annals of AI history. But…


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