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Teaching computers how to play Atari better than humans

February 25, 2015 at 6:35 PM EDT
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Teaching computers how to play Atari better than humansTom Clarke of Independent Television News reports on how an artificial intelligence business owned by Google has created software that can teach itself to play classic Atari games better than a human.
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This man is pushing the barriers of advanced arm prostheticsJohnny Matheny, who lost his arm to cancer in 2008, is a pioneer of advanced arm prosthetics. NewsHour correspondent Miles O’Brien profiles him here as part of a larger series on the latest technology powering robotic arms.
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Tom Clarke of Independent Television News reports on how an artificial intelligence business owned by Google has created software that can teaching itself to play classic Atari games better than a human.

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