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Nov 17 '20 at 11:04 comment added nbro Your last edit is insufficient. Note that, after AlphaGo, we had AlphaZero, AlphaGo Zero, MuZero, etc., so maybe AlphaGo is not the most advanced AI system at this point. Also, you still have the sentence "At present AlphaGo is the closest AI software to Artificial General Intelligence.", which I would say is not true, though I wouldn't know which system currently is the closest to an AGI system.
Nov 17 '20 at 5:29 history edited Ugnes CC BY-SA 4.0
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Nov 16 '20 at 18:13 comment added nbro If you don't edit this answer to fix the issues and wrong conclusions and assumptions (such as that AlphaGo is a step towards AGI), I will delete it (disinformation is not allowed here). AlphaGo, as someone already suggested, is a narrow AI system. It's still a good example of an "advanced AI" (at least, up until now), so you don't have to delete this answer, but just clarify that AlphaGo is a narrow AI system.
Nov 10 '16 at 15:27 comment added Eric Platon Interestingly, DeepMind claims that applying the method behind AlphaGo to data centers' electricity consumption allows saving energy (40%) automatically (see Hassabis on YouTube at the Riyal Society 2016). I found no hard detail yet, and I bet the utility function must be manually defined. Although impressive, useful, this is still as advanced as most current systems against the AGI idea.
Nov 8 '16 at 7:32 comment added NietzscheanAI You need to back those claims up with some concrete evidence.
Nov 7 '16 at 19:55 history edited Ugnes CC BY-SA 3.0
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Nov 7 '16 at 19:53 comment added Ugnes @NietzscheanAI. I remember watching a youtube video where it said that intuition is a key part of the software. Also the software was given a video camera and left in a store to observe the outside world. The stuff he did was basic, but was able to do task which were linked to AGI.
Nov 7 '16 at 19:18 comment added NietzscheanAI You say "an AI software that can make a decision due to intuition makes it way different". I am saying that nowhere in the usual explanation of DL or MCTS does anyone use the term 'intuition'. See Hofstadter's "The ineradicable Eliza effect" for why introducing such terms to 'explain' otherwise well-understood mechanisms is not a good idea.
Nov 7 '16 at 16:59 comment added NietzscheanAI AGI is (by definition) general, i.e. it works across a range of different environments without requiring human intervention to do so. This is not the case for AlphaGo.
Nov 7 '16 at 16:58 comment added NietzscheanAI As far as I'm aware, none of the researchers in the fields of Deep Learning and Monte Carlo Tree Search (the algorithms behind Alpha Go) use the rather ill-defined term 'intuition' to explain the operation of their algorithms.
Nov 7 '16 at 14:06 history answered Ugnes CC BY-SA 3.0