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Google’s AI beats the world’s top chess engine w/ only 4 hours of practice

With just four hours of practice playing against itself and no study of outside material, AlphaZero (an upgraded version of Alpha Go, the AI program that Google built for playing Go) beat the silicon pants off of the world’s strongest chess program yesterday. This is massively and scarily impressive. AlphaZero won the closed-door, 100-game match with 28 wins, 72 draws, and zero losses.
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