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Previous Close934.01
Open935.46
Bid937.30 x 100
Ask944.40 x 100
Day's Range935.11 - 941.88
52 Week Range663.28 - 943.11
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Avg. Volume1,424,430
Market Cap657.73B
Beta0.94
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  • An epic man-against-machine tournament is taking place in China but Chinese viewers can’t watch it live
    Quartz29 minutes ago

    An epic man-against-machine tournament is taking place in China but Chinese viewers can’t watch it live

    Google’s major consumer services, including its search engine and maps have long been gone from China, but its artificial-intelligence branch has recently made headway in the country, in the form of an epic tournament between man and machine in the board game Go. From today (May 23) to Saturday (May 27), Google’s DeepMind machine-learning team…

  • Google AI beats Chinese master in ancient game of Go
    Reuters44 minutes ago

    Google AI beats Chinese master in ancient game of Go

    A Google artificial intelligence program defeated a Chinese grand master at the ancient board game Go on Tuesday, a major feather in the cap for the firm's AI ambitions as it looks to woo Beijing to gain re-entry into the country. In the first of three planned games in the eastern water town of Wuzhen, the AlphaGo program held off China's world number one Ke Jie in front of Chinese officials and Google parent Alphabet's (GOOGL.O) chief executive Eric Schmidt. The victory over the world's top player - which many thought would take decades to achieve - underlines the potential of artificial intelligence to take on humans at complex tasks.