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Computer Go Research in the University of Alberta GAMES Group

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The University of Alberta is home to one of the largest games research groups in the world. This talk gives an overview of projects that are related to the game of Go, including: the world`s strongest solving engines for Life-and-death (tsume-Go) and safety-of- territory, novel approaches to using reinforcement learning and planning in Go, and work on algorithms for combinatorial games with the long-term goal of developing a strong Go endgame player.

This talk is part of the Microsoft Research Machine Learning and Perception Seminars series.

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