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Garry Kasparov vs. Deep Blue Garry Kasparov vs. Deep Blue
by The Ovi Team
2018-05-11 04:47:22
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May 11th 1997; Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, lost his first ever multi-game match. He lost to IBM's chess computer Deep Blue. It was the first time a computer had beat a world-champion player.

 

 

 

 


   
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Emanuel Paparella2014-05-11 13:53:08
That Deep Blue should beat Kasparov at a chess game should come as no surprise since a computer can compute hundreds and even thousands of moves ahead on a chess game while the human brain can think ahead only a few dozen moves, at best. What should come as a surprise and should arise deep concern is that a few hundred years ago with the advent of Cartesian rationalism we began to think of ourselves as nothing else but a material machine with a command center in between our ears called “brain” and forgot about the mind and the soul. The ethics proceeding from such an existential posture are quite obvious: all one has to do is read the daily newspapers.


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