I imagine that even if given access to the source / neural net weights, it would be much harder for a player to plan against this type of Go engine than old chess engines with hard-coded heuristics.
I'm very excited to announce the open source release of the TensorFlow machine learning library that I and many others at Google have been building.
This blog post gives an overview:
The web site has a number of tutorials and documentation about the system:
The source is on GitHub:
You might also be interested in the whitepaper we've prepared that describes TensorFlow in more detail:
We'd love to hear what people think.
What weirded me out was when Googling to check if it was actually for sale I came across this site:
Do these things exist for all footballers? or is there something about Dennis Bergkamp's goals in particular that people find aesthetically pleasing in diagram form?
Anyway it's good that all four are looking strong right now and to see Brazil shoot back to near the top just before their world cup. This should be good :)
On the down side... assuming for every match each team was equally likely to win would give you only 1/28,179,280,000,000 odds, which is the same order of magnitude as winning the UK lottery twice in a row.
Anyway here are my world cup picks :)
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Homer Simpson isn't a positive role model for kids? Eat my shorts…
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Capturing the beauty and wonder of the Galapagos on Google Maps
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'Welsh sheep-shagger'? I can hardly think of a less hurtful remark
Maybe, given time, we'll become wise enough to stop classifying the racist slur as the nuclear weapon of slights and realise it's only a pea
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