[ExI] DeepMind wins Game1 in Go championship Match
protokol2020 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 20:33:14 UTC 2016
Whatever is achieved, there will be a smart ass saying that this is nothing
special. Something else should do.
And then, this something else becomes nothing special, as soon as it's done.
On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 9:12 PM, Dave Sill <sparge at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 2:39 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
>> I see this as encouraging however. It indicates to me that everything we
>> think of as intelligence has some kind of algorithm behind it, and that the
>> algorithm can be discovered. If not, something that works in place of
>> whatever our brains are doing is discoverable.
> If all you want is a system that can play chess or go, that's clearly
> doable. But these are more simulated intelligence than artificial
> intelligence. Produce a system that can be taught any game the way a human
> learns it, and can learn to play it well via playing and studying the game,
> and *that* will be AI. It doesn't have to be a terribly complex game, and
> the level of play doesn't have to equal human masters: just the general
> ability to learn a game and improve its play will be tremendously more
> impressive than DeepMind.
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