By CGTN's Gong Zhe
By CGTN's Gong Zhe
2017-05-27 18:47 GMT+8
After reviewing the 10 records, Ke Jie said: “They are hard to comprehend. The matches belong to the future.”
2017-05-27 14:17 GMT+8
Eventually, the three-hour long match concluded with AlphaGo as the winner.
2017-05-26 16:26 GMT+8
Stay tuned to CGTN for more coverage from Wuzhen, as five Chinese grandmasters stand together against AlphaGo.
2017-05-26 11:55 GMT+8
“I don't want euthanasia, or lose easily. I'll fight till the end,” Ke said.
2017-05-25 14:43 GMT+8
But the lines between the machine and the person are going to be blurred, according to Shoham. “We’re going to have brain-machine interfaces so I would, just by thinking, speak with data centers. And, my blood will carry thousands of nano computers that cure disease and do various things to me. That is one reason why thinking machines will take over is not scary because we and machines will be one entity.”
2017-05-25 08:38 GMT+8
By CGTN's Zhao Lingfeng
2017-05-24 22:57 GMT+8
World’s top weiqi player Ke Jie may never again play against a machine. His parents told CGTN in an exclusive interview, that Ke said he would not compete against an artificial intelligence program again, once his three games against AlphaGo in eastern China's Wuzhen conclude on May 27.
2017-05-24 22:28 GMT+8
Leading artificial intelligence (AI) experts from China, Europe and the US are in China's Wuzhen for the five-day “Future of Go Summit.”
2017-05-24 17:43 GMT+8
The world's top weiqi (go) player Ke Jie lost his first round clash against the artificial intelligence (AI) program AlphaGo -- by the smallest possible margin -- in a four-hour match on Tuesday.
2017-05-23 16:06 GMT+8
Tuesday will witness the first confrontation between China’s young weiqi – or Go - grandmaster Ke Jie and computer program AlphaGo in Wuzhen, a town in east China’s Zhejiang Province. In his last media interview before the match, Ke said he will “fight to the end no matter how strong the competitor is.”
2017-05-22 22:28 GMT+8
With the much-anticipated weiqi, or Go, match between 19-year-old Chinese grandmaster Ke Jie and Artificial Intelligence (AI) computer program AlphaGo drawing close, the spotlight has once again been cast on the traditional Chinese board game.
2017-05-19 23:23 GMT+8
We invented machines to help ourselves. But as they get smarter, machines are slowly overtaking us.
2017-05-18 22:12 GMT+8
After defeating South Korean weiqi (Go) grandmaster Lee Sedol, AI system AlphaGo is now bringing the challenge to weiqi's home country China, where the game was invented about 4,000 years ago.
2017-05-17 14:57 GMT+8
To Go where no computer has gone before.
2017-04-08 22:58 GMT+8
Scientists have never ceased in their efforts to make artificial intelligence (AI) better than its natural counterpart. In March 2016, a milestone was set in the great man vs. machine debate, when AlphaGo, an AI developed by Google-owned DeepMind, beat one of the best players at the game of Go, an ancient strategic and complicated board game which had long been considered as impossible for AI to conquer.
2017-01-05 11:23 GMT+8
The code of Go, an ancient Chinese board game with incalculable variations, is being cracked by Artificial Intelligence.
2017-03-26 23:07 GMT+8
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is good. AI is the future. We've been hearing too much of this kind of statements in recent years.
2017-04-02 22:23 GMT+8