Part 1: Surprising results when computers play one another in chess
Ever since IBM's chess programme Deep Blue beat world champion Gary Kasparov in 1996, it's no longer news when a chess computer beats a top human player.
Now the machines are playing one another, as in the recent clash between Alpha Zero and Stockfish.
As Dananjay Khadilkar explains in a two-part report, the results are surprising, and have implications far beyond the realm of boardgames.
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