Having played Go against an Okinawan master (albeit with nine "stars" handicap), I am flabbergasted that a machine could learn Go well enough to reliably beat a Go master. Go, at even a low level, requires global thinking on a scale that is difficult for non-players to appreciate, much less define. But real intelligence, as opposed to AI, is based in real-world advantages/disadvantages. Until someone figures out how to make a computer "live" in the real world, it won't develop "real" intelligence.
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