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Nov 17 '20 at 11:53 comment added nbro The problem with this question is that you do not clarify if you're looking for AI systems that are very good at one task (narrow AI systems) or that attempt to be good at multiple different tasks (general AI systems). So, some people will answer by saying AlphaGo, because it beat humans at a combinatorial game with many combinations, while, at the same time, it's completely useless at solving most other problems in the world, though it could potentially be used to solve other similar problems, such as chess (this has already been done with AlphaZero, a successor of AlphaGo).
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