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Go world champion retires because he can’t beat Google AI
This time it does seem that the machine has defeated man. And definitely. Go’s world champion, South Korean Lee Sedol, has announced his retirement because he can’t beat Google’s artificial intelligence, AlphaGo.
Go is an ancient game of Chinese origin very popular in Asian countries, where there are more than 20 million accredited players. It is a strategy game similar to the ladies but more complex, where you have to try to surround the counters to capture them.
Lee Sedol, 36, is the current Go world champion, and the second player with the most accumulated international titles. He faced the AI of Google AlphaGo in 2016, losing in a 5-game tournament for the result of 4 to 1.
Sedol was very affected by this defeat. In the hot statements, he said: ” I don’t know how to start or what to say today, but I think I have to apologize first of all. I apologize for not fulfilling people’s expectations. I feel strengthless .”
The South Korean player acknowledged that he had made some mistakes during his games against Google AI. He still won a confrontation but lost the other four. Other champion players, such as Chinese Ke Jie, also lost against artificial intelligence.
In these three years, the Go world champion has been testing new strategies to beat AlphaGo, but he has not been able to find them.
According to the Korean news agency Yonhap, Lee Sedol has announced his withdrawal and has asked for the withdrawal from the Korean Go Association (KBA). Interviewed by the agency itself, he acknowledged that he is retiring because he feels he cannot beat AI: ” With the premiere of Artificial Intelligence in Go games, I feel that I cannot be number one even if I invest my greatest efforts. Even if I’m number one (human), there is an entity that I can’t beat. ”
With only 12 years, Lee Sedol became one of the youngest professional Go players in history. Interestingly, to close his 24-year sports career he will hold a final game against HanDol, another artificial intelligence developed by the Korean company NHM.
The emergence of AI in sports competitions raises a new issue that many had not imagined: if professional players who dedicate hours every day and a great effort to prepare themselves, they see that they are defeated by an AI … will they lose the motivation as has happened to Lee Sedol?