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DARPA Challenge Takes AI To War Games

In dystopian science fiction movies, it always starts this way: The Pentagon funds a contest of machines built to play war games using artificially intelligent software. End of civilization ensues. This time, in real life, teams of enthusiastic young hackers willmeet in Las Vegasat Defcon. Taking its name from the numerical [...]
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