Once Alphabet’s artificial intelligence company DeepMind had masted the ability to defeat the best human Go players in the world, it tried to beat its own best attempts using an approach based s
DeepMind's AlphaGo beat Lee Sedol, the best human Go player in the world. It was a defining technological moment not unlike IBM's Deep Blue beating chess champion Garry Kasparov, or IBM Watson beatin
Google’s AlphaGo — the AI developed to tackle the world’s most demanding strategy game — is stepping down from competitive matches after defeating the world’s best talen
Google’s AlphaGo AI has once again made the case that machines are now smarter than man — when it comes to games of strategy, at least. AlphaGo made its name last year when it defeated hi
How can humans stay ahead of an ever growing machine intelligence? "I think the challenge for us is to always be creative," says former world chess champion Garry Kasparov, speaking on stage here at T
Pokémon GO might have been the most talked about “Go” game of 2016, but the world of AI remains fixated on another Go — AlphaGo. Last spring, Go-playing AI AlphaGo made headlines when i
Much was written of an historic moment for artificial intelligence last week when a Google-developed AI beat one of the planet's most sophisticated players of Go, an East Asia strategy game renowned f
The battle between Google's artificial intelligence and Go world champion Lee Seedol concluded today after the former (AlphaGo) triumphed to win the five-game series 4-1.
Machines 3, humans 1... That's the current score in a five-match series being played out between DeepMind's AlphaGo and human Go world champion, Lee Sedol.
There's a notable moment in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) today, after DeepMind -- the London-based company from Google -- used its technology to defeat Go world champion Lee Sedol.