Researchers New AI Solve A Rubik’s Cube Just In 4.22 Seconds

Rubik cube, yes that square object having six faces covered by nine stickers, each of one of six solid colours. How much time will you take to solve this hell complex puzzle ? Might me 15 minutes, 10 minutes or 5 minutes, you might be superfast but not as fast as of our new AI.

Meet DeepCube, an artificially intelligent system that is as good at playing the Rubik’s Cube as the best human master solvers. DeepCube is a new kind of deep-learning machine. It has mastered solving the Rubik’s Cube puzzle in just 44 hours without any human help. Deepmind takes only 4.22 seconds to fully solved the Rubik’s cube.

DeepCube is created by a research team from the University of California, Irvine. The team was comprised of PhD candidates Stephen McAleer, Forest Agostinelli and Alexander Shmakov, as well as UC Irvine computer science professor Pierre Baldi.

The paper has published titled ‘Solving the “Rubik’s Cube Without Human Knowledge’.

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“A generally intelligent agent must be able to teach itself how to solve problems in complex domains with minimal human supervision,” write the paper’s authors. “Indeed, if we’re ever going to achieve a general, human-like machine intelligence, we’ll have to develop systems that can learn and then apply those learnings to