Facebook, Google Compete To Win Ancient Go Game by Using Artificial Intelligence

The Go game has been in existence since the early 19th century, and hardly had anyone been able to win the game because of the complexity and endless opportunities involved in analyzing every move on the board. Now, Google and Facebook are in a race to win the ancient game using artificial intelligence among other deep learning computer techniques – and seeing how to adopt the results to internet endeavors. A software called Crazy Stone was developed by Remi Coulom over a 10-year period, and the machine challenged Go grandmaster Norimoto Yoda last year in Tokyo and won the tournament. Crazy Stone won the game during the Electric Sage Battle stage, but not without a headstart. This is not the first time computer programs or machines have been beating humans…


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