Lee Sedol Says Not Defeat of Humans after Historic Go Match with AlphaGo

The world’s top Go player Lee Sedol puts the first stone against Google’s artificial intelligence program AlphaGo during the third match of Google DeepMind Challenge Match in Seoul, South Korea on March 12, 2016. [Photo: Xinhua] Google’s computer program AlphaGo has won its third straight match of the board game Go, defeating South Korean professional player Lee Sedol. 0313go.mp3   Reflecting on his third consecutive loss, Lee Sedol admits he is under a lot of pressure after losing the first two games. “Though I have a lot of experience in Go I have never felt before such severe pressure as I do now, and I suppose my abilities were a bit lacking to overcome that.” Lee resigned after more than four hours of play in the game against Google’s computer…


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