AlphaGo computer beat Chinese professional Fan Hui in a Go tournament

AlphaGo computer beat Chinese professional Fan Hui in a Go tournamentGame is considered to be far harder than chess, already mastered by botsAlgorithm, developed by Google DeepMind won all five gamesWill battle the top human player in March for a $1 million prize By Sarah Griffiths for MailOnline Published: 18:02, 27 January 2016 | Updated: 22:01, 27 January 2016 It’s been described as one of the ‘most complex games ever devised by man’ and has trillions of possible moves, but even the ancient game of Go is no match for machines.An algorithm called AlphaGo has beaten one of the 3,000-year-old game’s best players called Fan Hui in a recent tournament set up by Google.The game, which was first played in China and is far harder than chess, had been regarded as an outstanding…


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