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How AlphaZero has rewritten the rules of game play on its own

David Silver says the computer program that taught itself to be a chess grandmaster exhibits “the essence of creativity.”
by Will Knight

David Silver invented something that might be more inventive than he is.

Silver was the lead researcher on AlphaGo, a computer program that learned to play Go—a famously tricky game that exploits human intuition rather than clear rules of play—by studying games played by humans.

Silver’s latest creation, AlphaZero, learns to play board games including Go, chess, and Shogi by practicing against itself.


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