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Garry Kasparov: Why other countries love to hate ...
: Why other countries love to hate the United States Chairman of the Human Rights Foundation and former international chess champion
joins Bob and Marianne to talk about...
Read more at WGN Radio Chicago
Is the AI dream finally becoming a business reali...
Smart cognitive systems have reached new levels of sophistication and can learn, understand and interact in ways comparable to humans. For Sopra Banking Software’s Dr David Andrieux, that means the AI...
Read more at Computer Business Review
Chess legend and Putin critic Garry Kasparov airb...
Russian sports club Spartak has airbrushed chess legend and Vladimir Putin critic
from the pages of a book commemorating its greatest competitors. Chess writer Evgeny Gik said that he...
Read more at International Business Times
British Grandmaster Nigel Short to Conduct Clinic...
British grandmaster Nigel Short, straight from winning the South African Open over the weekend, will be in the country from Saturday until Tuesday, courtesy of the Kasparov Chess Foundation-Africa and...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Chess, Centaurs and Your Future as an Investor in...
Thousands of machines read this sentence before you did. Not that our column receives the same scrutiny as the pronouncements of, say, Janet Yellen, but by virtue of being in Forbes (and Twitter, and...
Read more at Forbes
This year's model, designed by machine
The human operator would come up with something traditional. From stone flints to nuclear reactors, humans have been designing things using imagination and trial and error for 2.6 million years...
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Sydney Morning Herald
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Computers are getting creative
Illustration: Rocco Fazzari Humans and machines have traditionally had clearly defined areas of expertise. We have the ideas, and they do the dangerous, complicated or boring parts. If we write a...
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A machine is about to do to cancer treatment what...
When world chess champion
first faced IBM's Deep Blue computer in 1996, he was certain he would win. "I will beat the machine, whatever happens," he recalled thinking, in a later film...
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