In Go, no successful evaluation function for non-terminal positions has ever been found. Therefore, it is not a problem that will be solved with faster search. It pushes the boundaries of what is possible with new algorithms such as Monte Carlo methods. Work on computer Go started in the 1960's, but it was not until 2016 that the AlphaGo program was able to best the second-highest ranking professional Go player.
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Emerging technology, like blockchain technology, Artificial Intelligence, virtual reality, drones, cloud computing -- are all on the table of the Narendra Modi government as it pushes ahead to realise the goal of better e-governance for citizens. As part of its vision of providing a One Government experience to citizens, the Modi government is moving forward rapidly to implement the India Enterprise Architecture (IndEA) -- a single window digitisation solution for cashless, paperless and faceless services. At an e-Governance conference held in Shillong, Meghalaya, earlier this month, representatives of all the state governments and Union Territories, as well as business houses, brainstormed on the way ahead to provide better e-governance, and exchanged success stories of various states that could be adopted at the national level. A Shillong Declaration was adopted as a roadmap of the way forward, at the conclusion of the two-day 22nd National Conference on e-Governance (NCeG) 2019, with special focus on the Northeast, held on August 8-9, in Shillong. The conference, that saw over 500 delegates attending, with representation from states at the level of Additional Secretary and Principal Secretary, and top representatives of business houses like Wipro, HP and KPMG, was organised by the Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances (DARPG), in association with the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), and the Meghalaya government.
Mike Schroepfer, Facebook CTO speaks during the second day of the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on November 8, 2016. Facebook and Google DeepMind's race to create an artificial intelligence (AI) that could beat professional players at the ancient Chinese board game of Go has been no secret. Mastering Go -- one of the most complex games on the planet for computers to excel at due to the sheer number of possible moves -- has been the dream of AI researchers for decades but only recently did big tech firms like Facebook and Google start throwing millions of dollars at the cause in the hope that it will lead to further breakthroughs. DeepMind arguably won the race in March 2016 when its AlphaGo AI agent beat Lee Sedol, one of the best Go players ever, by four games to one. But Facebook's "ELF" OpenGo bot isn't far behind now -- it too has defeated world champion and professional Go players.
The Tesla and SpaceX founder has notoriously urged for Artificial Intelligence to be respected and potentially regulated. Speaking at MIT in 2014, he called AI humanity's "biggest existential threat" and compared it to "summoning the demon". Four years on and Musk, who is usually far from a technological pessimist, reignited those fears.
Robots have already started to change many individual's ways of life, and have changed the way, how some of the industries are operating. With the help of robots, it will work ten times faster than a human, and the job will be done on time. The manufacturing companies have been taking the help of robots, since the last two decades, and the results of using them have proven to be successful. Therefore, the whole society is looking for a change, and ready to face one for which, 29% of the robotic sales have increased in the year 2014, which came around to 229,261 units. By 2029, the experts have estimated that robots will become five times smarter than their creators, and get to function and appear, similar to humans.
In 1997 the IBM computer Deep Blue beat Gary Kasparov, the reigning world chess champion. Nineteen years later Google's AlphaGo beat Go master Lee Se-dol. Both are landmark moments for computing and artificial intelligence. Both were the product of some of the world's smartest people writing cutting edge software. In parallel, AI has become a game-changer in business, for example transforming the way we interact with technology and information through Alexa and Siri.
Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal has launched a "QR Code Scheme" called Himmat Plus designed to enhance the safety and security of commuters, particularly of women, travelling in the yellow and black taxis and auto-rickshaws from airports, as well as Railway and Metro stations in the national capital. Delhi Commissioner of Police Amulya Patnaik, all Special Commissioners of Delhi Police, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) MD Mangu Singh, Northern Railway Divisional Railway Manager S.C. Jain and other senior officials of the Railway Protection Force attended the launch event. Several students from Swamy Sharadhanand College, Zakir Hussain College, Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, Mata Sundari College, as well as office bearer of auto rickshaw and taxi unions, and around 1,000 auto rickshaw and taxi drivers were also present at the programme. On the occasion, Baijal distributed the QR Codes to some of the auto rickshaw and taxi drivers. Around 3,000 auto-rickshaws and taxis are now associated with this initiative.
Continuing to build on its vision of'Digital Telangana', Google India and the Telangana Government have signed an MoU to improve and get more local language content online using Google's digital publishing tool, Navlekha. The effort has already rolled out several initiatives aimed towards bridging the digital divide, mentoring local startups and enabling small and medium businesses to gain from the internet. As part of the MoU, Google will work with the state government to help digitise the government's content in Telugu to make it easier for the common man to get access to all the information and services on government sites in their local languages. Besides, Google will also collaborate with the government to support its digital literacy vision and aid in the overall digitization agenda of the state. "Google has been a trusted partner for Telangana who have already set up their office in Hyderabad and are in the process of setting-up their 2nd largest campus in Hyderabad. We have identified that availability of content in native language over the internet is essential for all citizens of Telangana to use internet actively," said Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary ITE&C and Industries Department, Telangana government.
The ParOne Steamathalon took place at the Els Club in Dubai where kids from schools around the city competed in a golf match. But this match was competed between robots. It was a great initiative and a good excuse to show the kids my robot dancing . GUY IN DUBAI Guy in Dubai is an insight into how to experience the wild side of Dubai, UAE. Attempting every extreme adventure, challenge and living the amazing social life the Dubai has to offer.
A "Manhattan Project" for artificial intelligence is how Demis Hassabis, the founder of DeepMind, described his company in 2010, when I was one of its first investors. I took it as figurative grandiosity. I should have taken it as a literal warning sign, because that is how it was taken in foreign capitals that were paying close attention. Now almost a decade later, DeepMind is the crown jewel of Google's A.I. effort. It has been the object of intense fascination in East Asia especially since March 2016 when its AlphaGo software project beat Lee Sedol, a champion of the ancient strategic board game of Go.