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Andrea Casalotti
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The algorithm lived up to its name by starting from zero apart from the rules of the game. Then it began to play games using a Monte-Carlo algorithm, where initially random moves would be tried out until a neural network began to learn which options were likely to be more promising.
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Fifteen-minute video explanation of the greatest chess game ever played, by AlphaGo of course
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“There are problems with climate models, but the ones that are most accurate are the ones that produce the most warming in the future.”
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Every president in the Cold War, right through Carter and Reagan, had delegated, in fact, to theater commanders in case communications were cut off. That means that the idea that the president is the only one with sole power to issue an order that will be recognized as an authentic authorized order is totally false.

How many fingers are on buttons? Probably no president has ever really known the details of that.
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The end result of the use of AI for managing financial risk and supervision is likely to be lower volatility but fatter tails; that is, lower day-to-day risk but more systemic risk.
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Are global multinationals using their stashed cash to buy Government Bonds at Negatives rates, in order to blackmail Governments to allow them to keep on avoiding taxes?
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Go wild in the country.
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"A Chinese AI medical robot named 'Xiaoyi' became the world's first to pass the written test of China's National Medical Licensing Examination." "The robot scored 456 points in the exam, well above the national average."

"Xiaoyi studied nearly one million medical images, 53 medical books, two million medical records, and 400,000 medical literatures and medical reports before sitting for the test."

"The robot will be applied nationwide from March next year in medical education and training, and will be used to assist doctors in clinical diagnosis and treatment to improve diagnosis accuracy and shorten treatment time."
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