Kasparov is going up against another artificial chess opponent, this time a program that apparently can take risks in ways that more closely mimic human thought processes .

 

Kasparov said yesterday that the real challenge when playing as a human against a computer isn’t lack of brain power . 

“The problem is emotions .”

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If Kasparov plays a stealthy game, instead of a purely tactical one which Blue can easily recognize and counter, experts believe the human could humble the machine.

 

A curious use of metaphor there, describing the computer’s loss as it becoming humbled after just quoting Kasparov above claiming that the real advantage for a computerized opponent is the lack of any emotion.

































































































































































































































































































































last update : 24-11-2017

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