Finally, human wins Go match against AI AlphaGo program

Go grandmaster Lee Sedol smiles after finally winning a match against Google’s artificial intelligence program, AlphaGo, in Seoul, South Korea, on Sunday. After four matches, the computer still leads 3-1. By The Associated Press2016-03-13 05:33:55 -0700 SEOUL, South Korea — A champion Go player scored his first win over a Go-playing computer program on Sunday after losing three straight times in the ancient Chinese board game, saying he finally found weaknesses in the software. Lee Sedol’s victory over AlphaGo is a reminder that Google’s Go-playing program has room for improvement despite winning the first three matches in the best-of-five series and the $1 million prize, which will be donated to charity. The program — the first computer system to defeat a top Go player — was developed by Google DeepMind…


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