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The stag hunt (continued...)

Compared to the previous version a multi-generation model is added, and a tit-for-tat strategy is added. Docx-file: TheStagHunt


Will the self-driving cars come to us in 2020?

Since last year, the progress of development of self-driving cars are accelerated rapidly.  When I wrote about it last year, someone may not be convinced that the self-driving cars come true. 641 more words

Artificial Intelligence

So, what is Bayesian Bandits

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Reinforcement Learning

Dopamine: reward or aversion?

Everybody Loves Dopamine

Dopamine is love. Dopamine is reward. Dopamine is addiction. Neuroscientists have a love/hate relationship with how this monoamine neurotransmitter is portrayed in the popular press. 52 more words

Behavioral Economics

AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol - The new AI Challenge

On March 4, I was contacted by the Xinhua News Agency to comment on the upcoming Go match between Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo algorithm and the top-Go player Lee Sedol. 1,527 more words


5 easy pieces: How Deepmind mastered Go

Google Deepmind announced last week that it created an AI that can play professional-level Go. The game of Go has always been something of a holy grail for game AI, given its large branching factor and the difficulty of evaluating a position. 1,741 more words

Journal Club

Play Your Cards Right with Python

Peters, my morbidly objectionable Dutch lodger, has won every game of cards against me. He now owns the deeds to my house, the yellow car on the driveway and even the clothes on my back (if the fat fool could squeeze into them, that is). 655 more words