Self-motivated composition of strategic action policies

  title={Self-motivated composition of strategic action policies},
  author={Tom Anthony},
  • Tom Anthony
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • In the last 50 years computers have made dramatic progress in their capabilities, but at the same time their failings have demonstrated that we, as designers, do not yet understand the nature of intelligence. Chess playing, for example, was long offered up as an example of the unassailability of the human mind to Artificial Intelligence, but now a chess engine on a smartphone can beat a grandmaster. Yet, at the same time, computers struggle to beat amateur players in simpler games, such as… CONTINUE READING


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