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  • Bastou (edited 4 years ago)

    That's a very interesting article! I've studied AI as an option in university and it's utterly fascinating. The way he programmed the software to learn by itself is very similar to the way a programmer made the first AI beat a human at checkers : by playing against itself over and over to learn the best strategy with empirical experimentation until it can beat anyone.

  • douglas77

    This is an impressive feat. But call me old-fashioned: I much prefer some actual code, which can be checked by humans and code analysis tools, to a neural net, which you can only "test" by using it (and then really hope it works correctly).

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