Tag: Go (game)
For AI to Be Creative, Here’s What It Would Take
AI can appear smart when it generates a surprising result. But surprise does not equate to creativity.
Can Artificial Intelligence Be Creative?
Lady Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), daughter of the poet George Gordon, Lord Byron, was the first computer programmer.
Why Computers Will Likely Never Perform Abductive Inferences
If you are going to get a computer to achieve anything like understanding in some subject area, it needs a lot of knowledge.
Protein Folding Breakthrough: Evolution or Design?
DeepMind, the AI company that beat human Go gamers with AlphaGo, has made progress in solving the protein folding problem. But who deserves the credit?
Computer Engineer Robert J. Marks Discusses the Perils and Promise of AI
Marks concedes that a computer code can surprise us — as, for example, when playing the game Go.