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AI's Latest Challenge: The Math Olympics

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A computerized version of an Olympic medal.

Dr. Trinh presented the AlphaGeometry system with a test set of 30 Olympiad geometry problems drawn from 2000 to 2022; the system solved 25 of them.

Credit: Christian Gralingen

New York University computer scientist Trieu Trinh has developed an AI model that can solve geometry problems from the International Mathematical Olympiad at a level nearly on par with human gold medalists.

Trinh served as a resident at Google while developing AlphaGeometry, now part of Google DeepMind's series of AI systems.

In a test on 30 Olympiad geometry problems from 2000-2022, AlphaGeometry solved 25, versus an average of 25.9 for a human gold medalist during that same period.

From The New York Times
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