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    1. Tencent’s Fine Art wins Computer Go UEC Cup

      Tencent's Fine Art wins Computer Go UEC Cup Mar 20, 2017 Sheila Yu Tencent’s artificial intelligence (AI) Fine Art (绝艺 in Chinese) stole the limelight after its stunning 11-game winning streak, at the 10th Computer Go UEC Cup, which ended on March 19 in Tokyo, local media is reporting (in Chinese). Fine Art is an AI system designed by a team of 13 researchers at Tencent’s AI Lab, which was established less than one year ago.

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