Artificial Intelligence Shows More Grit in First ‘Go’ Match

WorldBy JB Cach | Mar 09, 2016 03:56 PM EST Google’s Artificial Intelligence supercomputer AlphaGo has won the first of five rounds of the ancient boardgame ‘Go’ against Korean grandmaster Lee Se-dol.(Photo : Kim Min-Hee-Pool/Getty Images) A machine has won the first of five matches against a champion player at the ancient board game Go. AlphaGo, a supercomputer developed by Google, scored a surprising win against South Korean Go grandmaster Lee Se-Dol in a match held at the Four Seasons hotel in Seoul recently. Lee, one of the greatest players of the ancient board game in present times, has been the game’s world champion for the past 10 years, according to Chinese state media. As such, the London-made supercomputer AlphaGo’s win over the player was unexpected. Like Us on Facebook…

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