Weekly Insights from Sol Berkoff
Principal at Charleston Capital, Inc.
In the most recent issue of The Atlantic there is an article by Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt, and Daniel Huttenlocher about artificial intelligence.
They describe how Google's AlphaZero was able to teach itself chess and within 24 hours become the best chess player in the world - beating both humans and computers.
What was interesting was many of the moves it used were counter-intuitive. It was being "Asymmetric on Purpose".