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Biotechnology

AI's mission goes beyond winning board games

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South Korean go master Lee Se-dol, right, battled Google's artificial intelligence machine AlphaGo last month in Seoul.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Artificial intelligence has been making great progress in recent years, drawing attention not only from experts but also from the media and businesses around the world.

     Global tech giants and other companies are eyeing AI's huge potential, rushing to embrace the technology to help bring humans' intellectual capacity to a new level.

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