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Jul 3, 2019 The child chess prodigy who created a computer that outplays human grandmasters—Demis Hassabis, founder of Deepmind, explains how games are a testing ground for algorithms and what real-world challenges he hopes to tackle with artificial intelligence. And, what can AlphaZero, the chess-playing computer, teach human players? Kenneth Cukier also speaks to the chess players Dominic Lawson, Natasha Regan and Matthew Sadler about the future of machine intelligence and its interplay with human wisdom For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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