März Ein Computer hat sich auf ein Kräftemessen mit dem besten Go-Spieler eingelassen. Das Ergebnis überrascht. Von Stefan Betschon. Go (chinesisch 圍棋 / 围棋, Pinyin wéiqí; japanisch 囲碁 igo; koreanisch 바둑 baduk; wörtlich Es gibt keine Weltmeisterschaft für professionelle Go-Spieler. Mai Das Computerprogramm AlphaGo von Google hat den Go-Weltmeister Ke Jie Go geschlagen. Das chinesische Brettspiel gilt als eines der.
See the last photo. There may be traces of rust, dust and dirt! Treble and bass switches, keys and buttons, bellows locks - everything works, tight compression.
Be sure that if you buy this accordion from our shop, you will receive it on time and will be able to play it right away after receiving.
This accordion will be in great condition for years and will bring you delight.. The length of the keyboard is about 44 cm. The length of the keyboard is about 40 cm.
The agate is optionally available with 72 or 80 basses; She can be the unique world champion standard bass system even on 96 basses themselves.
Supplied with carry strap and case. Use of a cylinder guided treble keyboard. This means that a player who is considered to be a 2nd kyu in one country, may only be considered a 5th kyu in another.
Differences in strength up to amateur dan level generally correspond to the level of handicap that would yield an even game between the two players.
For instance, it is expected that a 3d player could give 2 handicap stones to a 1d player and win half of his or her games. There are some significant differences in strength between ordinary 9p players and the best players in the world because 9p is the highest rank possible, which may account for this variation.
From the early 17th century, the Japanese formalised the teaching and ranking of Go. It is thought that the fact that there are 9 professional dan grades finds its base in the original 9 Chinese Pin Zhi grades.
The difference between two amateur grades is based on the number of handicap stones that a player requires to even the odds against a stronger player.
A 5th kyu player will generally need a 3 stone handicap when playing against a 2nd kyu player to give both players a fair chance of winning.
Similarly, a 3rd dan player will need a 2 stone handicap against a 5th dan opponent. Dan abbreviated online as "d" ranks are for advanced amateur players.
Although many organisations let players choose their own kyu rank to a certain extent, dan ranks are often regulated. This means that players will have to show good results in tournaments or pass exams to be awarded a dan rank.
Serious students of the game will often strive to attain a dan rank, much as martial arts practitioners will strive to achieve a black belt.
For amateurs, dan ranks up to 7th dan are available. Above this level, a player must become a professional player to achieve further promotions.
In Japan and China, some players are awarded an amateur 8th dan rank as an honorary title for exceptional achievement.
Under this system, some strong amateurs and former professional players have achieved up to 9th dan amateur, though generally they will register as 6th or 7th dan in international events.
Similarly, some players have achieved 9th dan amateur ranks in the rating system of online Go servers. Although players who have achieved professional dan ranks are nominally stronger than amateur dan players, in practice some of the strongest 7th dan amateur players have a playing level on par with that of some professional players.
Such players have either never tried for a professional rank, or have chosen to remain amateur players because they do not want to make a career out of playing Go.
The professional dan ranking system is similar to that of amateurs in that it awards dan ranks that increase numerically with skill.
The difference between these grades is much smaller than with amateurs however, and is not based on the number of handicap stones required.
Professional dan ranks go up to 9th dan, but the strength difference between a 1st dan and a 9th dan professional is generally no more than 2—3 handicap stones.
To distinguish between professional dan and amateur dan ranks, the former is often abbreviated to "p" sometimes called ping and the latter to "d".
When you enter the car for the first time the system scans your face. The next time you approach the vehicle a face recognition sensor in the B-pillar will recognize you and allow you to open the door and start the car.
Your face and your setting will be uploaded to the Weltmeister cloud. When you enter another EX5, one you have rented for example, the system will again recognize you and apply all your settings in the other car.
It also shows the charging percentage and range. Weltmeister targets young and cool folk, like this man wearing a trendy blue hat. He is on his way to connect a cable to the EX5.
But he has to be careful there because he is dragging the cable straight over the railway for an electric tramcar. He could be killed by an electric shock or by a fast approaching tram.
Electric trams are very common in European cities, where this scene is photo shopped, but not in China. Perhaps Weltmeister missed the significance of the rails.
The hip hatted man was connecting his ultra hip vintage Fender amplifier to his EX5. And via the same port! The new Weltmeister EX5.
A nice looking car with a proper range, interesting technology, and a decent price.