We often think that the computer do calculations faster than us. However, such ability still has a limit. The MIT AI course explains it well. For a board game like the Chess or Go, even if we can let all the atoms in the universe to calculate for us since the beginning of the universe, we still cannot get the job done.
The second project of Udacity’s AIND program is to teach the computer how to play a board game: Isolation. Not much explanation is given explicitly, so I am trying to interpret the given codes myself. Some features may seem obvious to the professionals, in that case please omit what seems boring to you. And any feedback is welcomed.
The codes are available here: AIND Isolation template