Google’s AlphaZero surpassed the sum of human chess knowledge — in 4 hours
Google’s latest AI, AlphaZero, just defeated the world’s champion chess program Stockfish – after only four hours of learning, by itself, without any human input beyond the game’s rules. Image via Pixabay. Mastering chess can take us a lifetime, but with a big enough brain, it will hardly keep you occupied for one afternoon. At least,…
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