Ep. 11: Deep Blue (Days that Changed the World)

Length: 25 mins
Categories: History, World
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On 10th February 1996, a computer named Deep Blue beat chess world champion Gary Kasparov, making a significant step forward in the progress of Artificial Intelligence. Joel Benjamin, the chess Grandmaster who trained Deep Blue, tells his story.

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Great series

I've really enjoyed listening to this series. The events highlighted range from famous to obscure and each is illuminating in its own way about the state of the current world.

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  • Lewis
  • 02-15-20

chess

good learning on the early beginnings of artificial intelligence in the chess world and what happened

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  • c
  • 07-07-18

What a great series

Very well made and thoroughly engaging. I learned so much from this series and looked forward to hearing every episode.