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Public Response On Player To Computer

Firegames10 Months ago
Thats not beaten by mashine...
Anonymous10 Months ago
A lot of salty humans in the comments
Armando10 Months ago
es, obviously. The point was to show that a computer, by itself, could beat a human at chess. So if an IBM chess player made some moves for the computer manually in real time, that would be a human beating a human, don't you think? There doesn't seem to be any evidence that Deep Blue was assisted by a human, but it was still a really sketchy match (that for some would be considered cheating) on IBM's part: 1. the engineers (i have no idea why Kasparov's team was ok with this) were allowed to change Deep Blue's code in-between matches. 2. Kasparov's team and IBM had agreed that in order for Kasparov to prepare for the new engine's style of play, he would be allowed to analyze all of Deep Blue's previous publicly played games. When they asked for the games, IBM responded with "well Deep Blue hasn't really played any public games yet so we aren't giving you anything". 3. During the match, Deep Blue played some moves that were supposed to be impossible to execute by a computer of that era. 4. After the match, Kasparov accused IBM of cheating, and demanded they produce proof of their software running the winning moves, but IBM refused. They later quickly dismantled Deep Blue and tried leaving everything behind them (Kasparov even tried to offer a rematch, but they refused). They eventually released Deep Blue's log files, but only 3 years later, and those could have easily been fabricated. Oh one more thing, IBM eventually also open-sourced the code of Deep Thought, Deep Blue's predecessor, and it was found to be unable to perform the crazy moves Deep Blue pulled off.
PackerBronco10 Months ago
The computer did NOT beat Kasparov. After Gary cleaned Deep Blue's clock in Game 1, the programmers went back and made some modifications to the computer program. In other words, human intelligence intervened on Deep Blue's behalf based on what the programmers observed about Gary's strategy. What should have happened is that once the match had begun, Deep Blue was on its own.
chris george10 Months ago
There is always a finite amount of moves on a chess board. The A.I will ALWAYS be able to work out how each move will eventually play after each turn. What makes A.i obsolete is it can’t create new non existent forms of reality like a human. A.I beating a human at chess is like the snake beating you at snake lol. A.I will never create a new way of thinking the way humans are trying to create AI if that makes sense.
Infinus Ultima10 Months ago
Friend: who is the world champion of chess Me: a computer
Rosneliana Damanik10 Months ago
I-I cant...
System Admin10 Months ago
Chess is a mystery as a women https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nZir7yxyjs
Bruno Evangelista10 Months ago
who else is here after the queen's gambit 👀
William Kim10 Months ago
And now, stockfish's online engine can easily beat any grandmaster.

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Public Response On Player To Computer

Firegames10 Months ago
Thats not beaten by mashine...
Anonymous10 Months ago
A lot of salty humans in the comments
Armando10 Months ago
es, obviously. The point was to show that a computer, by itself, could beat a human at chess. So if an IBM chess player made some moves for the computer manually in real time, that would be a human beating a human, don't you think? There doesn't seem to be any evidence that Deep Blue was assisted by a human, but it was still a really sketchy match (that for some would be considered cheating) on IBM's part: 1. the engineers (i have no idea why Kasparov's team was ok with this) were allowed to change Deep Blue's code in-between matches. 2. Kasparov's team and IBM had agreed that in order for Kasparov to prepare for the new engine's style of play, he would be allowed to analyze all of Deep Blue's previous publicly played games. When they asked for the games, IBM responded with "well Deep Blue hasn't really played any public games yet so we aren't giving you anything". 3. During the match, Deep Blue played some moves that were supposed to be impossible to execute by a computer of that era. 4. After the match, Kasparov accused IBM of cheating, and demanded they produce proof of their software running the winning moves, but IBM refused. They later quickly dismantled Deep Blue and tried leaving everything behind them (Kasparov even tried to offer a rematch, but they refused). They eventually released Deep Blue's log files, but only 3 years later, and those could have easily been fabricated. Oh one more thing, IBM eventually also open-sourced the code of Deep Thought, Deep Blue's predecessor, and it was found to be unable to perform the crazy moves Deep Blue pulled off.
PackerBronco10 Months ago
The computer did NOT beat Kasparov. After Gary cleaned Deep Blue's clock in Game 1, the programmers went back and made some modifications to the computer program. In other words, human intelligence intervened on Deep Blue's behalf based on what the programmers observed about Gary's strategy. What should have happened is that once the match had begun, Deep Blue was on its own.
chris george10 Months ago
There is always a finite amount of moves on a chess board. The A.I will ALWAYS be able to work out how each move will eventually play after each turn. What makes A.i obsolete is it can’t create new non existent forms of reality like a human. A.I beating a human at chess is like the snake beating you at snake lol. A.I will never create a new way of thinking the way humans are trying to create AI if that makes sense.
Infinus Ultima10 Months ago
Friend: who is the world champion of chess Me: a computer
Rosneliana Damanik10 Months ago
I-I cant...
System Admin10 Months ago
Chess is a mystery as a women https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nZir7yxyjs
Bruno Evangelista10 Months ago
who else is here after the queen's gambit 👀
William Kim10 Months ago
And now, stockfish's online engine can easily beat any grandmaster.