DeepMind: The Podcast

Go to Zero

av DeepMind: The Podcast | Publicerades 8/20/2019

In March 2016, more than 200 million people watched AlphaGo become first computer program to defeat a professional human player at the game of Go, a milestone in AI research that was considered to be a decade ahead of its time. Since then the team has continued to develop the system and recently unveiled AlphaZero: a program that has taught itself how to play chess, Go, and shogi. Hannah explores the inside story of both with Lead Researcher David Silver and finds out why games are a useful proving ground for AI researchers. She also meets Chess Grandmaster Matthew Sadler and women’s international master Natasha Regan, who have written a book on AlphaZero and its unique gameplay. If you have a question or feedback on the series, message us on Twitter ([@DeepMindAI](https://twitter.com/deepmindai?lang=en) using the hashtag #DMpodcast) or emailing us at podcast@deepmind.com.

Om Podcasten

This eight part series, hosted by mathematician and broadcaster Hannah Fry, aims to give listeners an inside look at the fascinating world of AI research and explores some of the questions and challenges the whole field is wrestling with today.