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AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol: Live

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Poll: AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol (13 member(s) have cast votes)

Who Will Win?

  1. AlphaGo (11 votes [84.62%])

    Percentage of vote: 84.62%

  2. Lee Sedol (2 votes [15.38%])

    Percentage of vote: 15.38%

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Match 1

 

 

 

Match 2 will start soon
 
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Man vs. machine, 2016!

 

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Humans will win. Lee Sedol knows Alphago's weakness! Lee Sodel will use the power of surprise. Just you watch.


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As i am watching this according to my interpretation of the commentators musings it would seem like the human has a slight advantage. Maybe the machine will turn it around later on in the match. 

 

I really find this order and calculation and precision dichotomous to the politics from which inanity seems to concomitantly occur. 


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I really find this order and calculation and precision dichotomous to the politics from which inanity seems to concomitantly occur. 

 


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I really find this order and calculation and precision dichotomous to the politics from which inanity seems to concomitantly occur. 

 

 


The growth of computation is doubly exponential growth. 


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Wow... history has been made. 

 

Our time is nearing its end. (as a dominant species that is)


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Pshh, only 1 round. Close game. Lee Sedol was just warming up.


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Pshh, only 1 round. Close game. Lee Sedol was just warming up.

MarcZ 2.0?


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Furthermore i predict a repeat of the 5-0 victory over the European champion only this time with victories over the World Champion.

 

 Only the future will tell but if such a resounding victory is attained there can be no question that AI is stepping into a new realm.


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Wait a minute... Lee just got played like he was a kyu playing a pro-dan. What the fuck did Google just unleash?!


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If contest ends at 5-0 with AlphaGo being the winner, I will say this:

 

I, for one, will welcome our first robot overlord, with many more to come after.


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Star0 said this

Who thinks it will be 5-0 clean sweep for AlphaGo? That is what some AI people seem to think. I believe Etzioni forecast that. (Or maybe not.)
Now how long until it's compacted down to run as a smartphone app for a dollar in the app store? For one dollar you can play a little app that is better than humans at a game that has been played for thousands of years, that has a long and rich scholarship about how best to play it, and that people once thought machines would never be better at than the top humans.
Even more interesting will be that $1 app that can learn, through self-play, to beat humans at any one-on-one board game. You describe the game to the app; it goes away for a few minutes to think about it; and then comes back, better than all the humans who ever lived. Doesn't matter how smart you are, doesn't matter how many years you practiced, and doesn't matter how many millennia of scholarship you know -- to play the game is to lose.

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Is that what humans also will do when we get a hard takeoff?

If you ask me, yes. That's exactly what most humans would do. Some would fight back, but most would accept their newfound inferiority. I know I will. I just want a better world, dammit, and humans have so far proven we are incapable of bringing about such a thing. We have roughly 12,000 years of civilized history to go on for that.


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Also read this
 
Erik

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Is that what humans also will do when we get a hard takeoff?

If you ask me, yes. That's exactly what most humans would do. Some would fight back, but most would accept their newfound inferiority. I know I will. I just want a better world, dammit, and humans have so far proven we are incapable of bringing about such a thing. We have roughly 12,000 years of civilized history to go on for that.

 

What if a freak super-Einstein is born into this world capable of defeating any robot overlord no matter how many paradigm-shifts in intelligence it has underwent?


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If there's one thing humans do better than neural networks is that we can learn more by playing 1 game, than an AI playing a 1000. LEE SEDOL WILL WIN NEXT ROUND.


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If there's one thing humans do better than neural networks is that we can learn more by playing 1 game, than an AI playing a 1000.

 

True for today but that will completely change in 10-15 years.

 

An AI might actually learn by inference alone rather than play a game and still beat a world champion in this game.


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This might as well be AlphaGo's theme for these next few days

 

 

Witness history, and the birth of infinity!


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Don't despair at the inferiority of the human condition against our own artificial creations. Instead, rejoice, for that we will attain godhood as well by merging with them.


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Hear, hear Raklian!
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Google's DeepMind beats Lee Se-dol again to go 2-0 up in historic Go series

Google stunned the world by defeating Go legend Lee Se-dol yesterday, and it wasn't a fluke — AlphaGo, the AI program developed by Google's DeepMind unit, has just won the second game of a five-game Go match being held in Seoul, South Korea. AlphaGo prevailed in a gripping battle that saw Lee resign after hanging on in the final period of byo-yomi ("second-reading" in Japanese) overtime, which gave him fewer than 60 seconds to carry out each move.
"Yesterday I was surprised but today it's more than that — I am speechless," said Lee in the post-game press conference. "I admit that it was a very clear loss on my part. From the very beginning of the game I did not feel like there was a point that I was leading." DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis was "speechless" too. "I think it's testament to Lee Se-dol's incredible skills," he said. "We're very pleased that AlphaGo played some quite surprising and beautiful moves, according to the commentators, which was amazing to see."
The close nature of the game appears to offer validation of AlphaGo's evaluative ability, the main roadblock to proficiency for previous Go programs. Hassabis says that AlphaGo was confident in victory from the midway point of the game, even though the professional commentators couldn't tell which player was ahead.


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