Since the inception of artificial intelligence in the 1950s, we’ve been trying to find ways to measure progress in the field of AI. For many, the golden criteria for AI the Turing Test, an evaluation of whether a computer can exhibit human behavior. But the Turing Test only defines whether AI can fool humans, not compete with them, and it’s very hard to say how deep the Test goes. A much better arena to test the extent of AI’s intelligence, many scientists believe, are games, domains where contestants can measure and compare their success and clearly determine which one performs better.…

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