You Could Learn a Lot from Deep Blue

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In the classic case of John Henry versus the steam engine, I remember as a child watching the chess master Garry Kasparov lose in chess to a machine created by IBM that went by the name of Deep Blue. The human mind, handling at most a few calculations per second, was no match for the millions of calculations that Deep Blue could handle in a few moments. Fast forward 13 years, and now something different has happened in the chess world. Now some chess masters are playing matches where each player brings along their own super computer.

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