Google’s AI defeats humans at StarCraft, Amazon readies fleet of delivery robots
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Google's deep mind artificial intelligence defeated humans at the game Starcraft Two.
The AI, called the Alpha Star, beat professional human players ten times in a row with the series of matches streamed on You Tube and Twitch.
But a human did beat the machine once in the final match the computer Victory is hailed as a breakthrough because of the complexity of the Starcraft game.
Meanwhile Amazon is ready to test a small Fleet of robot delivery machines 6 autonomous cooler size.
Bots are hitting the streets Wednesday in Washington State.
Delivering goods to customers' homes while navigating around pets, people, and objects.
But there will be a human employee with the machine during the test period.
Facebook has plans to stitch together WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger apps So they're all integrated and work together and they will all have end-to-end encryption according to a report from the New York Times.
All three separate apps are owned by Facebook but currently do not work with each other.
This news comes just as Facebook announced it's shutting down Moments, a failed photo app.
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