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Chess-playing computer developed by IBM that won against world champion Garry Kasparov in 1997.
Applied a brute force strategy, processing
was highly parallel.
Evaluation of 200 million positions per second.
Deep Blue's knowledge base contained over
4,000 positions and 700,000 grandmaster
It was fine-tuned by chess grand masters.
Admission from IBM: „Deep Blue, as it stands
today, is not a "learning system." It is therefore
not capable of utilizing artificial intelligence to
either learn from its opponent or "think" about
the current position of the chessboard.“
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