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Deconstructing the gameplay helps explain why AlphaGo’s achievement is even more notable than it may seem on the surface and points to a fascinating future for AI.

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Many say the app's evolution over the years has allowed it to kickstart happy relationships -- even marriages -- for more than a few of its users.

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