Google artificial intelligence program beats South Korean Go pro with 4-1 score

AlphaGo, developed by Google subsidiary DeepMind, had already clinched a series victory with its third win on Saturday, in a result that shocked the world. The program made history last year by becoming the first machine to beat a human pro player, but 33-year-old Lee, one of the world’s top players, was seen as a much more formidable opponent. “I am disappointed that the matches are over, and also disappointed that I could not end the series on a high note,” Lee told reporters, thanking fans for their support and adding that he had wholeheartedly enjoyed the games. “I think the humans still have a good chance,” he added. Go, most popular in countries such as China, South Korea and Japan, involves two contestants moving black and white stones across…


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