Top Go Player Ke Debunks Rumors of Match Against AlphaGo AI

Alvin Ybanez | Jun 12, 2016 08:41 AM EDT Chinese Go grandmaster Ke Jie holds his trophy after beating Lee Se-dol in the 2nd MLily Cup in this Jan. 5, 2016 photo. (Photo : Weibo) China’s Go grandmaster Ke Jie on Tuesday doused claims of a supposed match with Google’s AI program AlphaGo, whose developer previously denied that any match was scheduled. “I know exactly as much as the media have reported,” Ke told the state-owned Global Times newspaper on Tuesday. Advertisement Like Us on Facebook Demis Hassabis, cofounder and chief executive of Google Deepmind, the artificial intelligence company that developed AlphaGo, posted on his Twitter account on Monday that “contrary to Internet rumors, we’ve not decided yet what to do next with #AlphaGo, once we have, there will be an…


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