#go #alphago

In a huge feat of machine learning, AlphaGo, an AI developed by British company DeepMind, won a Go tournament 4-1 today against 18-time world champion South Korean player Lee Se-dol. This marks the first time a computer program has beaten a 9 dan human player, earning a 9 dan title of its own.

Congrats to the newest Go grandmaster!

For a long time, the ancient Chinese game of Go was considered the one game in which a computer could not ever defeat a human - unlike Chess, with its more limited movements and more established strategies, the number of possible unique Go games is over 10^700!

To Lee Se-dol’s credit, defeating a supercomputer capable of calculating that even once is a rather incredible feat, don’t you think?

Read more (& photo credits) here: http://www.wired.com/2016/03/final-game-alphago-lee-sedol-big-deal-humanity/

#google #deepmind #ai #leesedol #technology #korea #AdAsia #selfie
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  • adasiacommunications#go #alphago

    In a huge feat of machine learning, AlphaGo, an AI developed by British company DeepMind, won a Go tournament 4-1 today against 18-time world champion South Korean player Lee Se-dol. This marks the first time a computer program has beaten a 9 dan human player, earning a 9 dan title of its own.

    Congrats to the newest Go grandmaster!

    For a long time, the ancient Chinese game of Go was considered the one game in which a computer could not ever defeat a human - unlike Chess, with its more limited movements and more established strategies, the number of possible unique Go games is over 10^700!

    To Lee Se-dol’s credit, defeating a supercomputer capable of calculating that even once is a rather incredible feat, don’t you think?

    Read more (& photo credits) here: http://www.wired.com/2016/03/final-game-alphago-lee-sedol-big-deal-humanity/

    #google #deepmind #ai #leesedol #technology #korea #AdAsia #selfie

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