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AI Beats World’s Best at Chinese board game “Go”

The creator of a mysterious artificial intelligence (AI) that has beaten some of the world’s best human players at the Chinese board game Go over the last few days has been revealed as Google DeepMind.

Google DeepMind, sounds very similar IBM’s chess-playing computer that beat world chess champion Gary Kasparov in May 1997. DeepMind plays the two-player turn-based strategy fame called “Go”.

Go is a strategy game like chess that has been extremely difficult for computers to master due to the complex and vast number of potential moves. 

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