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Smart games: beyond the Deep Blue horizon

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S. Hedberg ; Emergent Inc., USA

Since the Deep Blue chess computer defeated Garry Kasparov in May 1997, public interest in artificial intelligence has piqued once again. Many in the AI field see Deep Blue's victory as a major milestone in AI history. Indeed, the victory achieves one of the long-standing AI Grand Challenges-a computer beating the reigning world champion of chess

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )