Date: March 22, 2016
- All of this sentiment is tied to one perspective: that not only is Go a human game, it is specially human.
- It is the reason we were so proud that Go, not merely a game but an art, stood unconquered among games of strategy.
- After Kasparov was vanquished by Deep Blue, chess computers quickly matched humans at smaller scales, first on desktops and then even on phones.
- The moment may be bittersweet, but the art of Go has not died today.
- Today, the art of Go is reborn.
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