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Ancient game plays part in expert thinking behaviour

The ancient Chinese board game Go has afforded new insight into how and how expertise develops.

Using thousands of records of professional and amateur matches of Go, the data were replayed using artificial neural networks.

The findings improve understanding of how experts rapidly evaluate a situation and narrow choices down to the best option, and may help to develop more flexible artificial intelligences.

Read more at University of Sydney

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