Tuesday, November 05, 2013

The Chess-Playing Turk Again

"Computers are still struggling to master the more complex board games of Shogun and Go." -- Tyler Cowen, Average Is Over, p. 135

Imagine them, staying up late hours in their machine rooms, "struggling" over how to play Go better.

Or could it perhaps be humans who are struggling as to how to write programs that do well at Shogun and Go?

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