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Artificial Intelligence Gets a Little Smarter

Mar 18, 2016 | 09:15 GMT
South Korean professional Go player Lee Sedol (R) puts his first stone in a match against Google artificial intelligence program AlphaGo, which eventually won four of five games.
South Korean professional Go player Lee Sedol (R) puts his first stone in a match against Google artificial intelligence program AlphaGo, which eventually won four of five games.
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Artificial intelligence and advanced robotics have the potential to transform the world economy. Changes are being made already, especially in technology that acts like the human brain, learning to complete more varied and complex tasks based on past experience. The implications of this advancing technology in various facets of geopolitics are many, from logistics, labor and manufacturing to agriculture, service and transportation -- basically, life in general. And whoever leads these changes will have a distinct advantage....

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