Human-level artificial general intelligence still long way to go: David Silver, Google’s DeepMind …

By Mugunthan KGoogle’s AlphaGo, a computer algorithm, beat world champion Lee Se-do in the ancient Chinese board game of Go on March 9, 2016. This was a milestone as this entailed artificial intelligence (AI) beating the intuitive thinking of a human champion player. As Demis Hassabis, co-founder of DeepMind, says, “it’s (Go’s) a very intuitive game”.Unlike IBM’s Deep Blue and Watson, which have defeated humans in the past, it is not possible to use brute force method to calculate the next move in Go, a game that has more possible positions than atoms in the universe. AlphaGo mastered the game just like humans by learning on its own from raw inputs, it is not pre-programmed which means there are no how-to instructions to achieve an objective.In an email interview with…


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