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Author Topic:   Generating information in a neural network playing chess
Dogmafood
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Message 26 of 33 (872870)
03-05-2020 10:58 PM
Reply to: Message 24 by WookieeB
03-05-2020 2:23 PM


Re: Evolved algorithms
I don't know much about programming but I drink lots of beer.

The question has been: "Did a non-intelligent process, specifically the AlphaZero chess program, generate new information?"

What would qualify as new information?

You are saying that a program never does anything that it wasn't forced to do by the programmer. That seems right until the program has no boundaries.


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