THREEDY 3D Printers is sponsoring Cambridge Go Society‘s annual Trigantius tournament tomorrow – you can expect that the prizes will include puzzles printed by our THREEDY 3D Printer!
Go is one of the world’s great strategy board games. It originated over 3,000 years ago in China and is part of popular culture today in Japan, China and Korea. Whilst less well known in the west, you have probably seen AlphaGo in the news recently.
Developed by Google DeepMind, AlphaGo is the first computer programme to ever beat a professional player at Go. The 40th Trigantius Tournament is taking place in Cambridge this weekend, whilst the landmark five-match tournament continues in Seoul between AlphaGo and the best human Go player of the last decade – Lee Sedol.
Want to know more about Go? Visit the British Go Association’s website.