DeepMind's Demis Hassabis expounds a bit on AlphaGo's innovations, such as the famous move 37 in game 2 in the match against Lee Sedol, and shows a few other examples from later games, and how intuition is implicit knowledge that can't be communicated, but you can test it behaviorally. AlphaGo is more strategically innovative with Go than chess programs have ever been. They did all this with general-purpose learning systems that can be applied in the real world.
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