Questions tagged [game-theory]

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Can programs like AlphaGo be said to be means of dealing with computational intractability?

I mean this in the sense that Go is unsolvable but AlphaGo seems able to make choices that are consistently more optimal than a human player's choices. It is my understanding that Game Theory ...
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Is there any board game where a human can still beat an AI?

Significant AI vs human board game matches include: chess: Deep Blue vs Kasparov in 1996, Go: DeepMind AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol in 2016, which demonstrated that AI challenged and defeated professional ...
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How could Deep Blue possibly cheat?

On Wikipedia we can read: Kasparov accused IBM of cheating and demanded a rematch. IBM refused and retired Deep Blue. What was the accusation and how was Deep Blue allegedly able to cheat?
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Illustration of Von Neumann's Minimax theorem in games?

The Von Neumann's Minimax theorem gives the conditions that make the max-min inequality an equality. I understand the max-min inequality, basically ...

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