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    Quote Originally Posted by ThebeJohnston View Post
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    Lee Sedol managed to win with a nice game in the fourth of the match but AlphaGo won the fifth and finished up 4-1. So not quite a wash for Lee Sedol but certainly a very strong performance.
    So einfach wie möglich, aber nicht einfacher - Albert Einstein

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    AlphaGo v Lee Sedol - Seoul 2016

    Final Score...

    AlphaGo = 4

    Lee Sedol = 1

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP7...E0MHQ-A/videos



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    AlphaGo v Ke Jie + Tianhe-2


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    AlphaGo v Ke Jie + Tianhe-2


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    Chinese Go team to challenge AlphaGo

    http://www.china.org.cn/china/2016-0...t_38159391.htm

    I Knew the above was Coming! that's Why I Posted the Video...

    Looks like I am One Step ahead of the Others!

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    More convincing than the first computer beating of Kasparov. Didn't think it would happen for a few years yet.
    “The destructive capacity of the individual, however vicious, is small; of the state, however well-intentioned, almost limitless. Expand the state and that destructive capacity necessarily expands, too, pari passu.”—Paul Johnson, Modern Times, 1983.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheARBChessSys View Post
    Lee Sedol is regarded as the Worlds No.1 Player
    What about the 18yo Chinese prodigy Ke Jie, the currently highest rated player, with the highest historical rating of all time; the only player to have surpassed 3600? He beat Lee Sedol in the 2nd Mlily Cup this year by winning the deciding 5th game by the closest possible margin (½ point). But it looks like computer would be the favourite against Ke as well.

    The following video shows the historical ratings of the top 10 go players since 1974, so not including the great Go Seigen who totally dominated the mid 20th century, and Honinbo Shuei who was at least a stone stronger than any rival around the turn of the 20th century.

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    Ke Jie has been trash talking AlphaGo which makes me think he doesn't really understand how computers work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    Ke Jie has been trash talking AlphaGo which makes me think he doesn't really understand how computers work.
    Or else it is just bravado. Lee Sedol had also bragged that he would thrash AlphaGo 5-0 based on its less convincing previous win against a lesser professional.
    “The destructive capacity of the individual, however vicious, is small; of the state, however well-intentioned, almost limitless. Expand the state and that destructive capacity necessarily expands, too, pari passu.”—Paul Johnson, Modern Times, 1983.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    What about the 18yo Chinese prodigy Ke Jie
    The Google Deepmind AlphaGo team chose Lee Sedol because of his Consistent play over a longer period of time! Ke Jie only got so good recently.

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    The AlphaGo Computer - 1202 CPUs + 176 GPUs


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    Where did you get the pic?
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    I wonder how long before it will be necessary for top players to take a handicap against the computer. In chess, top players like Nakamura can't beat the best computers even with pawn and move. Top go players Cho Chikun and Hideo Otaki believed that they would need 3 stones to play God (i.e. a perfect Go player), and probably 4 if life was at stake, and even then that might not be enough.
    “The destructive capacity of the individual, however vicious, is small; of the state, however well-intentioned, almost limitless. Expand the state and that destructive capacity necessarily expands, too, pari passu.”—Paul Johnson, Modern Times, 1983.

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