Google’s artificial intelligent computer has bested the world’s best Go player in a groundbreaking …

Lee Se-Dol, one of the greatest modern players of the ancient board game Go, walks past cameramen after the second game of the Google DeepMind Challenge Match. Picture: AFP/ Jung Yeon-JeNick Whigham and Wiresnews.com.auShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditEmail a friendGET ready to bow to your robot overlords. An artificially intelligent Google computer named AlphaGo has beaten the world’s best player at an ancient Chinese board game considered to be deeply intuitive, in what has been hailed as a major leap forward for machine intelligence.Lee Se-Dol is scheduled to play five games of Go against Google’s DeepMind computer with a $1.3 million prize on offer if he can best his robotic opponent. But he faces an uphill battle after losing for the second time Thursday, meaning he’ll…


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