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(Japan Times)   For first time in history, shogi computer defeats active professional shogi player. Unlike Kasparov, this guy did not flounce around whining about a fix   (japantimes.co.jp) divider line 2
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2013-04-01 11:12:32 AM  
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Yes please: I would think that a computer should be able to beat or draw the best human players at any non-random, fixed move game (checkers, chess, go, etc.) 100% of the time.  If it can't, either the game is flawed or the computer isn't programmed well.


It was Ben Finney!
2013-04-01 10:23:36 AM  
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To those curious, not this isn't like go.
 
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