[Computer-go] Notes from the Asilomar Conference on Beneficial AI
Lukas van de Wiel
lukas.drinkt.thee at gmail.com
Fri Feb 10 07:40:27 PST 2017
and 3-3 invasions very early in the game.
On 2/10/17, Robert Jasiek <jasiek at snafu.de> wrote:
> On 10.02.2017 12:56, Adrian.B.Robert at gmail.com wrote:
>>> AlphaGo is playing moves and
>>> styles that all human masters had dismissed as stupid centuries ago."
>> we may learn little more than what mathematicians
>> learn when a computer-assisted proof consisting of several
>> hundred pages is generated for a conjecture like Fermat's last
> The "novelties" AlphaGo shows are not new to humans. Just new to the
> vast majority of human players having followed mainstream strategy and
> style. Players with highly creative, flexible styles have not been
> surprised by AlphaGo's moves - only by AlphaGo's "reading" depth.
> robert jasiek
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