Now, Lee Se-Dol who happens to have been the dominant in the Go game is had lost the glory so far to AlphaGo by winning the third straight game of a five game match in Seoul, South Korea. AlphaGo now leading with 3 – 0. AlphaGo is a program developed by DeepMind, a British AI company acquired by Google two years ago.
The ancient Chinese board game of Go has been considered to be an impossible game being played on a computer machine and in fact at a world class level with other games like Chess and Checkers already being in the circulation. This game with its elaborate possibilities have thus made it one of the most fascinating game.
The game has home far more than expected with the integration of an advanced system based on neural networks and machine learning, which has seen it overwhelm that of Lee right on the course of 3 game. The series is the first time that a professional 9-dan Go player have to take on a computer. Lee here was trying to win a million dollar.
#AlphaGo won game 3 and the match! Historic moment. In complete awe of Lee Sedol’s incredible genius, and proud of the amazing AlphaGo team!
— Demis Hassabis (@demishassabis) March 12, 2016