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Google secretly squared off its AI against leading Go players and it won by a landslide

05/01/2017

Last year, Google made history when its DeepMind-based artificial intelligence AlphaGo unequivocally defeated the second highest (...)
Last year, Google made history when its DeepMind-based artificial intelligence AlphaGo unequivocally defeated the second highest ranking Go player in the world, Lee Sedol – but now it seems the crafty AI is coming for the number one spot. In a curious turn of events, yesterday DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis confirmed AlphaGo has won over 50 games against numerous leading Go competitors, including number-one ranked Ke Jie. The announcement came shortly after a mysterious user – under the moniker of ‘Master’ – made an unexpected splash in the online Go community, undisputedly dismantling every opponent in its way. As it turns out, ‘Master’ was… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Last year, Google made history when its DeepMind-based artificial intelligence AlphaGo unequivocally defeated the second highest ranking Go player in the world, Lee Sedol – but now it seems the crafty AI is coming for the number one spot. In a curious turn of events, yesterday DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis confirmed AlphaGo has won over 50 games against numerous leading Go competitors, including number-one ranked Ke Jie. The announcement came shortly after a mysterious user – under the moniker of ‘Master’ – made an unexpected splash in the online Go community, undisputedly dismantling every opponent in its way. As it turns out, ‘Master’ was… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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