Google's Go-Playing AI Just Beat the World's Strongest Human Player

Go was previously thought as being beyond the reach of algorithms due to its notorious complexity, but artificial intelligence has made major progress in self-learning. The win over Lee was hailed as a technology landmark, fuelling visions of a fearless new world of AI that cannot only drive cars and operate "smart homes", but potentially help mankind figure out some of the most complex scientific, technical, and medical problems.

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Samsung's Stretchable OLED Could Be Game Changer

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Justices make it easier for companies to defend patent cases

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Scott Disick 'Can't Stand' Kourtney Kardashian Seeing Younes Bendjima

The pair even dressed alike, wearing white tops and ripped light blue jeans. Bendjima split his time between Paris and Los Angeles and sees Kardashian "regularly". Kourtney Kourdashian spotted at a restaurant with 23-year-old model Younes Bendjima. As for Scott Disick, he and Kourtney Kardashian continue to spend time together as a family, but their nine-year romance seems to be over for good .

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West launch new kids clothing line

The photos were so unflattering that folks didn't know if they looked so bad from not being photoshopped or had a troll photoshopped them to make Kimmy Kakes look bad. Kourtney asks her sister if she felt "relieved" after the suspects had been taken into custody and Kim replies, "It definitely opened up my eyes to a whole different world that I can't erase".

Fired Fox radio reporter sues, claiming retaliation

Is it feasible to give you a call this week? The case is Golloher v. Twenty-First Century Fox Inc., New York State Supreme Court, New York County. Golloher also claims her bosses complained that she looked "horrible" in company photos and said she should provide better pictures because she was 'much better looking in person'.
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