Alpha Go wins second match

AlphaGo posted a second straight win against Lee Sedol 9P on Thursday in Seoul. “Yesterday I was surprised but today it’s 2016.03.10_lee-sedol-game2more than that — I am speechless,” said Lee in the post-game press conference. “I admit that it was a very clear loss on my part. Full story is here

Lee, the winner of 18 world championships, must now win all three remaining games to win the million-dollar prize.

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