In March 2016, AlphaGo and Go World Champion and professional Go player of 9 ran rank, Lee Sedol, carried out the Go-Man Wars, AlphaGo winning with a total score of 4-1. At the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017, the program was a "master" on the Chinese chess website ( Master). For the registered account, there are dozens of Go players in China, Japan, and Korea, and there is no one defeat in 60 consecutive games. In May 2017, at the Wuzhen Go Summit in China, it competed with World Go Champion Ke Jie. It won the match with a total score of 3 to 0. In the world of Go, AlphaGo is recognized as better than top human Go professionals. In the World Professional Go ranking published on the GoRatings website, its score has surpassed Keji, the number one player in the ranking.