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Gary Kasparov playing chess with IBM computer Deep Blue in 1997

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Deep Blue, 1997 Begun at IBM in the late 80's, the Deep Blue project was an attempt at using parallel processing to solve a difficult problem — namely, beating the best chess player in the world, Garry Kasparov. During a six-game match, which Kasparov ultimately lost, the confounded master attributed one move to "the hand of God."

Deep Blue, 1997 Begun at IBM in the late the Deep Blue project was an attempt at using parallel processing to solve a difficult problem

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February 10 Chess computer "Deep Blue" defeats world chess champion Garry Kasparov for the first time.