The three-part match between the world’s current No.1 Go player Ke Jie and Google’s artificial intelligence AlphaGo is taking place in Wuzhen, China. On 23 May, Ke Jie lost game 1 by 1.5 points. Two days later, he resigned in game 2 as AlphaGo placed the move 155, which means AlphaGo has won the match 2:0.
The second game was very exciting. According to AlphaGo’s evaluations, Ke jie had played perfectly and pushed AlphaGo to its limit for the first 100 moves. “I have tried, but AlphaGo is too strong, literally the God of Go.” Ke Jie told his post-match press conference.
Though the three-part match Ke Jie has lost 0:2, he will keep fighting in the third game and trying to bring a better game for the Go fans all around the world.