Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Go Game”
I just read that Lee Sedol is retiring from the competitive Go world because of AlphaGo.
The South Korean said he had decided to retire after realizing: *”I’m not at the top even if I become the number one.“*
This is a bit sad but understandable. I wrote about Lee’s historic match with AlphaGo a while ago. He ended up losing four matches out of five, which was an ass-kicking for the #1 Go player in the world.
Since my time away from blogging, I’ve found a new distraction addiction to keep my overactive mind busy. It’s called Go, an ancient strategy game that’s really big in the Asian world but catching on here.Â Its a fun game and I routinely get beat online by 6 year old children from all over the world.
So, what does Go have in common with neural nets and AI? Quite a lot actually because programmers are working frantically to build a Go program that can beat humans.