Move over AlphaGo: AlphaZero taught itself to play three different games

Move over AlphaGo: AlphaZero taught itself to play three different games

Enlarge / Starting from random play and knowing just the game rules, AlphaZero defeated a world champion program in the games of Go, chess, and shoji (Japanese chess). DeepMind Technologies, Ltd. Google's DeepMind—the group that brought you the champion game-playing AIs AlphaGo and AlphaGoZero—is back with a new, improved, and more-generalized version. Dubbed AlphaZero, this program taught itself to play three different board games (chess, Go, and shoji, a Japanese form of chess) in just three days, with no human intervention.

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