London, 20 November, the Brexit game theories by Thibaud de Barmon

Brexit In A Bottle

In June 2017, precisely when the Brexit negotiations started, Google Deepmind retired its Go playing supercomputer, AlphaGo. In operation for two years, It had beaten all the best Go players and had not much more to prove. Five months later, the Brexit negotiations are still languishing and few would argue that the protagonists’ mastering of game theory has a lot to learn is from the latest artificial intelligence gems.

On 14 and 15 December 2017 the European Council will meet and assess the progress of the negotiations. If it concluded these have sufficiently progressed it will agree to move to their second phase and start discussing the nature of the future relationship between the EU and the UK. This critical milestone together with the stalemate in the talks are blessings for political columnists. It give them endless sources of inspiration to determine how we got there and how we could…

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