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TECHDAY 11 May A.I. Check Mate!

A.I. Check Mate! | Garry Kasparov confronts Deep Blue in games of chess | Techday, May 11th 

Garry Kasparov was a world champion chess player who lost to the Deep Blue computer program on this TECHDAY in history, on May 11th 1997. The match was highly publicized and attracted a great deal of attention from the media and the general public.

Kasparov and Deep Blue first faced off in February 1996, with Kasparov winning the six-game match 4-2. However, in the rematch held the following year, Deep Blue emerged victorious

He got frustrated by his loss to a machine that he thought he could tinker with, specifically to beat him. Deep Blue’s speed, however, made it such that he’d have difficulty beating it without unconventional tactics, some observers noted.

Kasparov was widely considered to be the best chess player in the world at the time of the match and had a reputation for being able to outmaneuver and outthink his opponents. Despite the loss, Kasparov remained a dominant force in the world of chess and continued to compete at the highest level for many years. The match against Deep Blue was a significant moment in the history of artificial intelligence and demonstrated the rapid progress in the field.

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