The ancient Chinese board game Go has long been considered the holy grail for artificial intelligence.

Its simple rules but near-infinite number of outcomes make it exponentially more complex than chess. Mastery of the game by computers was considered by expert players and the AI community alike to be out of reach for at least another decade. Yet in 2016, Google's DeepMind team announced that they would be taking on Lee Sedol: the world's most elite Go champion. The match was set for a weeklong tournament in Seoul in early 2016, and there was more at stake than the million dollar prize.

World Premiere: April 21, 2017 @ Tribeca Film Festival New York


Genre: Documentary

Runtime: 90 minutes


Director: Greg Kohs


Executive Producer: Robert Fernandez

Cinematographer: Greg Kohs

Editor: Cindy Lee


Music: Volker Bertelmann (Hauschka)

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