Artificial Intelligence: Machine Becomes Chess Master In Three Days

A researcher built a machine that learned the game of chess and mastered it in just three days. By Tyler MacDonald | Sep 17, 2015 05:36 AM EDT The machine possesses a “neural network” design that simulates the human process of learning and adaptation. (Photo : Twitter/CCSCSL) A machine named Giraffe taught itself to play chess and reached a level of skill on par with master chess players in just three days, according to The Independent. Matthew Lai, the Cornell University researcher who built the machine, implemented a “neural network” into it to allow it to utilize information and situations from real games of chess and simulate human thought-processes, although it was never explicitly told the rules. The networks that exist in the human brain inspired the “neural network” design;…


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