The flawed IQ of artificial intelligence

It was 18 years ago that a computer finally managed to beat the best human player of chess. That was a program called Deep Blue, which defeated then world champion Garry Kasparov. Kasparov recently wrote an article in the New York Review of Books, speaking about his defeat.It has been many years—but even so, he doesn’t sound particularly disappointed or bitter about his loss, as you might expect had he lost to another grandmaster. Instead, he seems resigned and philosophical. “Grandmasters had already begun to see the implications of the existence of machines that could play with godlike perfection,” he wrote. Once computers got into chess-playing, he implies, with their “enormous calculating power”, it was only a matter of time before one managed to beat even someone like him. Inevitable.…

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