(Andreas Rentz/Getty Images) Google’s algorithm is dominant at Video Pinball. (Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

Google researchers published a landmark paper in artificial intelligence this week. They created a computerized system that can teach itself how to beat old Atari games. Of the 49 games tested, their system was better than professional human testers at 22 of them:

1. Video Pinball, 2439 percent better than a professional human game tester

2. Boxing, 1607 percent better

3. Breakout, 1227 percent better

4. Star Gunner, 498 percent better

5. Robotank, 408 percent better

6. Atlantis, 349 percent better

7. Crazy Climber, 319 percent better

8. Gopher, 300 percent better

9. Demon Attack, 194 percent better

10. Name This Game, 178 percent better

11. Krull, 177 percent better

12. Assault, 146 percent better

13. Road Runner, 132 percent better

14. Kangaroo, 124 percent better

15. James Bond, 45 percent better

16. Tennis, 43 percent better

17. Pong, 32 percent better

18. Space Invaders, 21 percent better

19. Beam Rider 19 percent better

20. Tutankham, 12 percent better

21. Kung-Fu Master, 2 percent better

22. Freeway, 2 percent better

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