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AlphaGo’s programmers insist that it now studies mostly on its own, tuning its deep neural networks by playing millions of games against itself.
test all the possible options for all the connected events, governed by the logic of chess
Say we designed computer memory to be more analogous to neurons.
This is called natural instinct.
We would need to design computer memory to be unstable memory (UM). If you allowed UM to sit for a week or less, it will begin to spontaneously change
A series of computer vs world champion matches are playing out with the game of Go. At the time of writing, three games out of five have been played, and the score is 3-nil in the computer's favor.But what caught my eye is the following statement: QuoteAlphaGo’s programmers insist that it now studies mostly on its own, tuning its deep neural networks by playing millions of games against itself.This suggests that the program does not have any human opponents strong enough (or fast enough) to teach it, so it trains itself by playing against itself.Is this a symptom of the hypothetical technological singularity - where humans are outstripped by computers?
I presume that all the ''moves'' possible are programmed into the computer ,