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June 24, 2018

Los Angeles Times

A machine taught itself to solve Rubik’s Cube without human help, UC Irvine researchers say

Two algorithms developed by the researchers, collectively called Deep Cube, typically can solve the 3-D combination puzzle within 30 moves, which is less than or equal to systems that use human knowledge, according to the team’s research paper. Less than 5.8% of the world’s population can solve the Rubik’s Cube, according to the Rubik’s website.

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A machine taught itself to solve Rubik’s Cube without human help, UC Irvine researchers say


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