Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA
Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA

It beat humanity’s best Go players and now Google is using football to train next-generation AI technologies

  • The US internet giant published research in June revealing that its ‘Brain Team’ is working on a game known as Google Research Football Environment

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA
Chinese Go player Ke Jie attends the opening ceremony of the Future of Go summit ahead of his match with Google's artificial intelligence programme AlphaGo in 2017. Photo: EPA
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