Google DeepMind artificial intelligence better at navigating mazes than puny humans

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Hampton Court maze would be too easy for DeepMind-powered AI

DeepMind, the London-based artificial intelligence outfit owned by Google, claims to have devised code enabling robots to out-think puny humans when it comes to navigating mazes. DeepMind's late...

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