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Groove Resident Podcast 50 – Salut 80 & Verde


On May 3, 1997, a chess match began between Deep Blue, a chess computer built by IBM, and Garry Kasparov, the world chess champion and possibly the best human player in history. Newsweek billed the match as “The Brain’s Last Stand.” On May 11, with the match tied at 2½–2½, Deep Blue defeated Kasparov in the final game.
The media went berserk. The market capitalization of IBM increased by $18 billion overnight.
AI had, by all accounts, achieved a massive breakthrough.


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