Deep Blue: human reason
Posted in the Computer Science Forum
#1 Aug 27, 2011
In the 1990s, world chess champion Garry Kasparov defeated the exquisitely programmed super-computer IBM Deep Blue in an intriguing chess game.
Given that IBM's Deep Blue was programmed to analyze over a million possible chess move patterns, the fact that Kasparov was able to defeat this super-thinking machine with intuition suggests that this game proved to be symbolic of human civilization, illuminating the psychological appeal of the Hollywood (USA) chess movie "Searching for Bobby Fischer" (1993).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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