Google’s self-learning AI AlphaZero masters chess in 4 hours

Google’s self-learning AI AlphaZero masters chess in 4 hours

Watch Google’s self-learning AI AlphaZero play Stockfish masters chess

Google’s AI: DeepMind AlphaZero

Google’s AI AlphaZero has shocked the chess world. DeepMind’s AI AlphaZero learned to play chess well beyond the skill level of master. AlphaZero bested the 2016 top chess engine Stockfish 8 in a 100-game match. Alpha Zero had 28 wins, 72 draws, and 0 losses. Impressive right?
AlphaZero used its deep neural networks and general reinforcement learning algorithm to learn how to play chess. It took AlphaZero only 4 hours of self-play training to reach such a skill.
What the chess world has seen from this historic event is mind-blowing! AlphaZero vs Magnus Carlsen anyone?
 
19-page paper via Cornell University Library