AlphaGo beats Lee Sedol in third consecutive Go video game

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Google`s AlphaGo computer program has actually won a 3rd and definitive encounter with a top-ranked player of the Chinese parlor game Go in a success marking substantial advancements in expert system.

Lee Sedol, who is the world s 2nd best player of the method game, lost 3 online games in a row in Seoul this week, with the current AlphaGo victory on Saturday handing Google the best-of-five match.

I`ve never played a video game where I felt this amount of pressure, and I wasn`t able to overcome this pressure, Lee said at a post-game interview. 

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