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Go, Wei qi, Baduk Club Message Board › FYI - Computer Go vs human

FYI - Computer Go vs human

Jim S.
Jim_Story
Omaha, NE
Article about "Watson" computer playing on Jeopardy:


http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/02/10/man-vs-computer-a-gaming-history/?hpt=Sbin­Embedded article on

Go Computer beating a human:
But in July 2010, the MoGoTW program running on 512 cores of the Cray
XT4/XT5 supercomputer defeated professional Go player Catalin Taranu in a
19 by 19 Go match. The computer had a seven-stone handicap and won by
just 1.5 points.

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/5-computer-vs-human-game-matchups5.htm­
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