All systems Go with artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence has taken a leap forward thanks to researchers at Google, who have created a program that can beat a human champion at the board game Go. It’s a step up from the game of chess, leaving the computer with a larger board space and possible moves. Based on the traditional Chinese pastime, Go is a two-person strategy game with black and white pieces in which players aim to claim more territory than the other. Go has been regarded as a “grand challenge” for artificial intelligence because of its complexity. Standard Go boards have a 19×19 grid, compared to a standard chess board, which is an 8×8 grid. The results of the program have been documented in Nature today, in which researchers say the findings “provide hope that human-level…

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