For example, in a recent match between Google's AlphaGo and the world Go champion Lee Sedol
, the former defeated the latter.
In March of this year, a program called AlphaGo, developed using deep-learning techniques by a division of Google, defeated a world-champion Go player named Lee Sedol
. (For those not familiar with the game, Go is played on a sort of checkerboard on steroids, and experts say it's even more complicated than playing chess.)
Verbigracia, la computadora Deep Blue derroto en el ano de 1997 al maestro ajedrecista Garry Kasparov; Big Blue derroto a un campeon de Jeopardy en television americana abierta, y en 2016 Alpha Go (de Google) vencio de manera indiscutible al campeon de Go Lee Sedol
. Hechos como los anteriores dejan serias dudas sobre la superioridad de los humanos sobre las maquinas y plantean el interogante de si estas ya han logrado una conquista sobre nuestra psique y sobre areas en las cuales las capacidades cognitivas humanas parecerian insuficientes.
Google's AlphaGo algorithm, which beat Go champion, Lee Sedol
recently, did so by training itself over countless sessions of Go.
This multi-layer approach was used in the recent triumph of Google's AlphaGo program over Lee Sedol
, one of the world's best Go players.
Just this March AlphaGo, Google's Go-playing deep mind, beat Go champion Lee Sedol
In the week that Google DeepMind's AlphaGo beat Lee Sedol
4-1 in the board game Go, she posed some interesting questions.
Google's AlphaGo robot defeated South Korean grandmaster Lee Sedol
last week, four games to one, at a 2,500-year old game called Go.
Human Go grandmaster Lee Sedol
, above, did defeat AlphaGo at the weekend, but he had already lost the first three games.
SEUL (CyHAN)- South Korean Go grandmaster Lee Sedol
said on Sunday that Google's computer program AlphaGo has weak points after his first victory over the Go-playing artificial intelligence (AI) in the fourth of the best-of-five series at the ancient Chinese board game.
DeepMind's executive hailed Lee Sedol
's "incredible genius" despite the Go champion's loss.
The victory for the AlphaGo programme, designed by Google subsidiary DeepMind, over South Korean professional player Lee Sedol
, the holder of 18 international titles, has surprised many, including its designers and has underscored advances in AI.