Artificial intelligence: Learning to play Go from scratch

@article{Singh2017ArtificialIL,
  title={Artificial intelligence: Learning to play Go from scratch},
  author={S. Singh and A. Okun and Andrew Jackson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2017},
  volume={550},
  pages={336-337}
}
An artificial-intelligence program called AlphaGo Zero has mastered the game of Go without any human data or guidance. A computer scientist and two members of the American Go Association discuss the implications. See Article p.354 To beat world champions at the game of Go, the computer program AlphaGo has relied largely on supervised learning from millions of human expert moves. David Silver and colleagues have now produced a system called AlphaGo Zero, which is based purely on reinforcement… Expand
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