Google’s AlphaGo Beats World Champion In Third Match To Win Entire Series

In it’s third consecutive win, Google’s AlphaGo has bested 18-time Go world champion Lee Se-dol. This marks overall defeat for Se-dol in the tournament, despite the fact that the final two games will be played as scheduled. Google DeepMind will be awarded the $1 million dollar prize, which will then be donated to charity. AlphaGo’s victory is a watershed moment in artificial intelligence research not because it has practical use in Google’s software offerings, but because it shows how skilled the company has become at tackling difficult problems. The game of Go was seen to be a nearly insurmountable challenge, because of its sheer complexity. The Go board is a 19×19 grid, and each game has trillions and trillions of potential outcomes. AlphaGo is a tool built for a very…


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