How Google’s AI Beat a Human at ‘Go’ a Decade Earlier Than Expected

0 0 <a class=”wpfp-link” href=”http://singularityhub.com/2016/02/06/how-googles-ai-beat-a-human-at-go-a-decade-earlier-than-expected/?wpfpaction=add&postid=88679″ title=”” rel=”nofollow”/> Last week, news broke that the holy grail of game-playing AI—the ancient and complex Chinese game Go—was cracked by AI system AlphaGo. AlphaGo was created by Google’s DeepMind, a UK group led by David Silver and Demis Hassabis. Last October the group invited three-time European Go champion Fan Hui to their office in London. Behind closed doors, AlphaGo defeated Hui 5 games to 0—the first time a computer program has beaten a professional Go player. Google announced the achievement in a blog post, calling it one of the “grand challenges of AI” and noting it happened a decade earlier than experts predicted. A brief history of AI vs. human game duels AI battling humans in games has been a long-standing method…


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