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How the Artificial-Intelligence Program AlphaZero Mastered Its Games


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DeepMind AlphaZero

In 2016, a Google program soundly defeated Lee Sedol, the worlds best Go player, in a match viewed by more than a hundred million people.

Credit: Ahn Young-joon / AP

A few weeks ago, a group of researchers from Google's artificial-intelligence subsidiary, DeepMind, published a paper in the journal Science that described an A.I. for playing games.

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