Man Falls to Machine in First Game of Champion Match at Go
(Beijing) — Hubris took a back seat on Tuesday in the historical canal town of Wuzhen, as the reigning world champion at the ancient board game of Go kicked off a three-game match against a machine that is undefeated in its brief lifetime.
At the end of day one, man was no match for machine as Chinese national Ke Jie lost the first game to AlphaGo, an artificial intelligence (AI) computer owned by internet giant Google, in about four hours.
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