Though AI has defeated the best human chess and Go players [read Alpha Go Zero Shows How Close We Are To Generalization Of Artificial Intelligence], it has failed to solve the Rubik’s Cube, considered as the world’s most difficult puzzle. But this has come to an end with the development of DeepCubeA, the algorithm that solved 100% of all test configurations, all in under a second.
For its developers, the DeepCubeA represents a breakthrough in symbolic, mathematical, and abstract thinking and is a step towards creating machines that can think, reason, plan, and make decisions.
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