Japan's go AI program shows progress despite losses

The players faced off in a round robin at the Japanese go organization Nihon Ki-in’s Osaka headquarters on March 21-23, with the cooperation of Nikkei Inc. South Korea’s Park Jeong-hwan came out the winner, prevailing in all three matches. “The toughest …
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