Artificial Intelligence

Google’s AI has mastered all the chess knowledge in history - in just 4 hours

An illegal immigrant sits next to a chess table at the Padinska Skela detention facility in Belgrade May 20, 2010. Serbia has stepped up efforts to patrol the border as a condition of making progress in its own goal of gaining EU membership. Last year, Brussels granted Serbian citizens visa-free travel after Belgrade promised to crack down on crime and improve control of hitherto porous borders. Picture taken May 20, 2010. To match Feature SERBIA-EU/BORDER REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)

AlphaZero, Google's AI, learned the rules of chess and beat the world's champion in a matter of hours. Image: REUTERS/Marko Djurica

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