Google’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPAGoogle’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPA
Google’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPA
Craig Addison
Opinion

Opinion

Craig Addison

Here’s why China may regret the Pyrrhic victory of winning the global artificial intelligence race

With the US, Russia and others in the same race for super intelligence, Beijing must compete to win even at the risk of unleashing a power it cannot control

Google’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPAGoogle’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPA
Google’s AlphaGo programme beat China’s top Go player Ke Jie three games out of three. Photo: EPA
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