In 2016, Google’s DeepMind team announced that they would be taking on Lee Sedol: the world’s most elite Go champion. The match was set for a weeklong tournament in Seoul in early 2016, and there was more at stake than the million dollar prize.
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Why can't these guys be humble? Just admit you have no idea who will win. It's a damn computer, and nobody really wants it to win. It says something about our limitations. At least it wasn't IBM, because they cheated in the chess match with Kasparov. It's hard to play AlphaGo because it doesn't play like a human. Only 30 years left before our robot overlords take over. Did I say overlords? I meant protectors.
7,3. Didn't appreciated the emotional soundtrack, the kind of music you hear in a action film when the hero saves everyone, and the drama they putted in. But the content of the documentary is spetacular.