2017 review: The 12 best science and tech stories of the year


AlphaGo has been going from strength to strength. In January, it emerged that DeepMind’s Go-playing AI had been lurking incognito in online Go tournaments and secretly beating some of the world’s top human players. And in May it beat Ke Jie, the world’s number one player, in Wuzhen, China. Finally, in October, DeepMind unveiled a new version that hones its considerable skills by playing against itself. Three days and 4.9 million games later, AlphaGo Zero is unbeatable. Russia may be testing a new system for spoofing GPS,
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