Move 36 [Movement 36] refers to the dramatic and decisive movement done by the computer Deep Blue against the world chess champion Gary Kasparov in 1997. You can define the meeting as a match between the greatest chess player who ever lived and the greatest chess player ever lived. What is really remarkable in this event is that for the first time in history a machine beat a human chess. The idea of giving machines some of the cognitive abilities of man dates back at least to the eighteenth century. The "automatic" chess player [Baron Kempelen] then defeated several people and gave the public the illusion that he was aware. Many people began to doubt whether a machine. […] "D.R.
Hors Collection
170 x 230
20 color photos
80 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-012-3