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Alphago / Movie about AI

edited October 2021 in Off-topic

This is a remarkable documentary about the development of software to beat the world’s best Go player and take AI to a new level. Wonderfully suspenseful, well made and thought provoking. Highly recommend it! The world champion is incredibly heroic and humble as he battles for humanity.

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  • Yes this is excellent viewing, and a fascinating insight.

  • Just imagine. By 2045, a desktop computer will contain the processing power of all human brains combined at the same price of a computer of today. Artificial intelligence (the real thing, not the sci-fi version of it) will shake the up the world like no tech in human history.

  • edited October 2021

    According to Moore's Law, every given moment in time, Processing power and memory will double. I don't think that law will last in time. Physics will nock on that door, and say "here, and no further". "You reached the border of the Planck length". From here on, you can only double in size.
    The Planck length is the smallest possible. I wonder if you could add a function to it because:

    • There is a point when you measure an object, you alter the properties by measuring it.
    • You need a substrate to place the object to measure on. On the Planck scale, the substrate and object are the same.
      There is a huge gap between the smallest particle and the Planck scale, so you can't reach it by using an instrument made by the smallest particles.
      Moore's law goes up to a certain degree, and then it hit's a brick wall to my opinion.
      I don't calculate quantum computing in the above.
  • edited October 2021

    @LinearLineman said:
    This is a remarkable documentary about the development of software to beat the world’s best Go player and take AI to a new level. Wonderfully suspenseful, well made and thought provoking. Highly recommend it! The world champion is incredibly heroic and humble as he battles for humanity.

    If you like this kind of topic, you will like the former AI podcast that is now the Lex Fridman podcast.

    He had a discussion with Garry Kasparov about AI in games.

  • Was looking for something to watch this evening.
    Will check this one out

  • @juliasmith said:
    Was looking for something to watch this evening.
    Will check this one out

    You won’t be disappointed!

  • I think this was done too for chess, and from what I gathered, it plays very human like and still beat the strongest program at the time, which I think was rybka.

  • edited August 10

    This movie is brilliant. I'm glad that I found this vpn in time and had access to it. I was surprised that it gripped me as much as it did because I wasn't interested too much in artificial intelligence before this, but there was a real momentum throughout which left me on the edge of my seat.

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