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On paper, a 90-minute documentary involving the playing of a 3,000-year-old Chinese board game wouldn't seem to lend itself to adjectives like "lively" and "compelling," but darned if Greg Kohs' "AlphaGo" isn't those things and more.
An involving sports-rivalry doc with an AI twist.
A thrilling documentary which pits man versus machine in a battle for superiority over an ancient Chinese game.
Rather than playing up the fears of man's imminent obsolescence in the face of artificial intelligence, the filmmakers instead elevate this doc to one that uses Go as a platform to explore and comment on the human condition.
Thought-provoking docu on relationship of AI to humans.
To understand go is to understand the universe, the old saying goes. Alphago encourages viewers to look at the universe - and all the intellects within it - with a fresh sense of awe.
What are neural networks? I have no idea. But the team's delight in their creation is something any idiot can understand.
Raises philosophical questions about the relationship between man and intelligent machines.
A snappy and mind-boggling documentary about a 3000-year-old board game and a A.I. program.
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