(326) Artificial intelligence and human life

The five matches between South Korean professional go player Lee Se-dol and AlphaGo, an artificial intelligence (AI) computer program owned by Google, drew great attention from all over the world. As Lee lost the first three games, people started to shiver, feeling as if the representative of humanity was being defeated by the machine in a game, both of which were invented and developed by mankind. Although Lee defended the dignity of humankind by winning the fourth game, it evoked a rather fearful concern about humans living in a technological society that is advancing so rapidly that people find it hard to catch up.How do I see this event? Some people asked my opinion as a saju practitioner. Well, it may sound irrelevant between saju and AI. Big data analytics,…


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