What Artificial Intelligence Could Mean For Education

Google’s Go-playing software defeated a human champion. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption toggle caption Lee Jin-man/AP An artificially intelligent computer system built by Google has just beaten the world’s best human, Lee Sedol of South Korea, at an ancient strategy game called Go. Go originated in Asia about 2,500 years ago and is considered many, many times more complex than chess, which fell to AI back in 1997. And here’s what’s really crazy. Google’s programmers didn’t explicitly teach AlphaGo to play the game. Instead, they built a sort of model brain called a neural network that learned how to play Go by itself. As NPR’s Geoff Brumfiel reported last week: The Google program, known as Alpha Go, actually learned the game without much human help. It started by studying a databaseā€¦

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