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Garry Kasparov's 1997 chess match against the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue was a watershed moment in the history of technology. It was the dawn of a new era in artificial intelligence: a machine capable of beating the reigning human champion at this most cerebral game.
That moment was more than a century in the making, and in this breakthrough book, Kasparov reveals his astonishing side of the story for the first time. He describes how it felt to strategize against an implacable, untiring opponent with the whole world watching, and recounts the history of machine intelligence through the microcosm of chess, considered by generations of scientific pioneers to be a key to unlocking the secrets of human and machine cognition. Kasparov uses his unrivaled experience to look into the future of intelligent machines and sees it bright with possibility. As many critics decry artificial intelligence as a menace, particularly to human jobs, Kasparov shows how humanity can rise to new heights with the help of our most extraordinary creations, rather than fear them. Deep Thinking is a tightly argued case for technological progress, from the man who stood at its precipice with his own career at stake.
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About the Author
Mig Greengard is Spokesman and Senior Advisor to Garry Kasparov.
Table of Contents
1 The Brain Game 11
2 Rise of the Chess Machines 25
3 Human versus Machine 41
4 What Matters to a Machine? 69
5 What Makes a Mind 79
6 Into the Arena 93
7 The Deep End 113
8 Deeper Blue 151
9 The Board Is in Flames! 165
10 The Holy Grail 197
11 Human Plus Machine 221
Conclusion: Onward and Upward 249
Afterword to the Paperback Edition 261
About the Authors 299