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AlphaGo战胜李世石后,Deepmind CEO降职为创始人

谷歌AlphaGo阿尔法围棋会战李世石前,谷歌Deepmind 的CEO+创始人还是Demis Hassabis(图左)。当阿尔法第3场战胜李世石后,谷歌创始人Sergey Brin(图右)首次露面其新闻发布会。之后deepmind.com 链接的wikipedia.org/wiki/Demis_Hassabis 已经不是CEO,只是AI的VP+创始人,CEO改为Brin(但现在CEO一职又改为空缺)。但他和其他VC和股东收到谷歌的收购价6+亿美元后,这算是值得吧!这样创业成功退出,还是难能可贵的!

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谷歌AlphaGo又战胜李世石!柯洁:【职业棋手可能没饭吃!我只有6 成胜算!以前要让软件6颗子。迟早被谷歌AlphaGo打败】

谷歌AlphaGo阿尔法围棋与第二局又战胜李世石!地震升级! 2月4日:谷歌母公司Alphabet市值5259亿美元,已超越苹果市值为世界最大上市公司,但谷歌99+%的收入还是基于搜索,其他都是长远的《天使投资》项 目。最可怕的还是谷歌收购的Deepmind的AlphaGo,去年战胜2段欧洲棋王,有望3月与韩国围棋9段李世乭一比高下。很多硅谷的大佬们恐惧人工 智能。 2月6日:即使3月份人工智能AI未必可以打赢围棋9段,但机器人学习的速度远比人学习的速度快,AI战胜围棋9段指日可待!以 后将会是机器人之间的争斗,人类的角色将会变为教育和强化机器人。现代的战场也如此!>>@迮翘楚:我看了棋谱,根本赢不了李世 石>>@gengzhen在路上:人工智能新热潮,当我们都犹豫的时候就突破了 3月9日:谷歌的围棋机器人 AlphaGo 刚战胜了李世石!正如谷歌主席在记者发布会中说:谁赢谁输,人类都是赢家! 3月10日:地震升级!谷歌AlphaGo阿尔法围棋与第二局又战胜李世石!李世石表情非常痛苦! 围棋世界第一的柯洁 本来预测机器0:5大败,看完第一盘棋后改口说:【职业棋手可能没饭吃!AlphaGo只会做大。我只有6 成胜算!以前职业棋手要让最好的软件6颗子。被谷歌AlphaGo打败是迟早问题!】 但柯洁在国内百分百会赢,我也会赢,因为AlphaGo上不去谷歌服 务器:404 Not Found!

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