AI solves Rubik’s Cube in fraction of a second

AI solves Rubik’s Cube in fraction of a second

An AI system created by researchers at the University of California has solved the Rubik’s Cube in a fraction of a second. The system called DeepCubeA completed the puzzle in an average of 28 moves. Humans able to solve the puzzle quickly generally take about 50 moves. The study saw the algorithm given 10 billion different combinations of the puzzle, with the target to decode them within 30 moves.

KCooper
KCooper
Voice of Reason
Voice of Reason 6 months

That's amazing, a computer taught itself a skill without any human input beyond end parameters. Not sure what the headline is about, anyone who thinks the speed is relevant to this feat is an idiot.

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