Category Archives: The future of artificial intelligence

Playing Chess in the Age of AlfaZero

Chess is a fascinating game that hasn’t lost its appeal even after the strongest human player of the time was finally defeated by a computer. I refer to the historical 1997 face-off between Garry Kasparov and IBM’s Deep Blue. In … Continue reading

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My First Cyber-Fiction Book

Twenty years ago, in 2001, I published my first book.  It was about computer data storage and took me over 6 months to write. My child was just one year old then but, with the full support of my wife, … Continue reading

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AI Humor

Source: Dilbert.com

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Do We Need AI Government? – Part 2

(read Part 1 here) I have seen it many times while watching chess commentators (typically, Grandmasters of the highest level) performing game analysis in real time.  These GMs will be considering different possibilities for both sides and, infrequently, when the … Continue reading

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Do We Need AI Government?

The question sounds intentionally provocative, but it is only so if you think this question pertains to the current world.  But if you think about life in the future, say, 50 to 100 years from now, this question becomes as … Continue reading

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