Future of Go Summit: Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo to take on teams
In March last year, Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence completed an historic victory. Its AlphaGo system beat world Go champion Lee Sedol in a five-game contest of the famously complex board game.
Not content with defeating one of the world's best players four games to one, in one of the most challenging board games to exist, the firm is now going to take on multiple players at once.
At the end of May, the London-based, Google-owned firm, will head to China to take part in the Future of Go Summit where teams will see what the AI is capable of in different situations. While in the country, AlphaGo will be put against three different challenges.