Human Player Finally Beats Google’s AlphaGo AI Program At ‘Go’

South Korean Lee Sedol has won his first match against a computer program developed by a Google subsidiary in the ancient board game Go, denying a clean sweep for the artificial intelligence in a five-match series.Lee, one of the world’s top players and a holder of 18 international titles, recovered from three consecutive losses against the AlphaGo program developed by DeepMind.The 33-year-old professional player has admitted to underestimating AlphaGo’s skills but also said the program was not perfect, asking supporters to keep watching the contest.