"Since Google plopped down $400 million last year for the AI startup, DeepMind has remained frustratingly silent. It has put out a couple papers of its training algorithms beating Atari games — using a combination of deep learning methods that have earned considerable respect in the insular AI world. But it has released little else.Google DeepMind Founder Says AI Machines Have Beat Board Game Go | Re/code
In an interview with the Royal Society of London, Hassabis lets us look up its sleeve. “Maybe you will have a surprise about Go?” Hassabis’s interlocutor asked.
Hassabis smiles. “I can’t talk about it yet, but in a few months I think there will be quite a big surprise,” he replies. (The full interview is here.)"
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Google DeepMind Founder Says AI Machines Have Beat Board Game Go | Re/code
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