Google’s AI bot proves Go victory was no fluke — it just won a second game

Enlarge Image<div id=”b9bc8196-63e8-4135-a6dd-dc0af081f507″ class=”enlargeImage” data-component=”globalModal” data-global-modal-options=”{“content”:””,”modalTemplate”:”{{content}}”,”setContentOnInit”:false}”/>Deep in the action of the Google DeepMind Challenge, pitting artificial intelligence against human intellect. Screenshot by Claire Reilly/CNET On your marks, get set, play Go. But not against a computer. They’re too clever for us now.Google’s artificial intelligence program AlphaGo on Thursday beat a human opponent for the second time in a row at the ancient, highly complex board game of Go. And not just any human. Lee Sedol, AlphaGo’s human opponent, is the number two Go player in the world.Thursday’s game was the second of five that AlphaGo is scheduled to play against Lee as part of the Google DeepMind Challenge. Tucked away in the Four Seasons Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, the two will continue to go head to head into next…

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