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The computer that stunned humanity by beating the best mortal players at a strategy board game that requires "intuition" has become even smarter, its makers said Wednesday. Even more startling, the updated version of AlphaGo is entirely self-taught – a major step toward the rise of machines that achieve superhuman abilities "with no human input," they reported in the science journal Nature.It came up with its own, novel moves to eclipse all the Go acumen humans have acquired over thousands of years.Lee's defeat showed that AI was progressing faster than widely thought, said experts at the time who called for rules to make sure powerful AI always remain completely under human control.Unlike its predecessors, which trained on data from thousands of human games before practicing by playing against itself, AlphaGo Zero did not learn from humans, or by playing against them, according to researchers at DeepMind, the British artificial intelligence company developing the system.
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