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When Did a Computer Finally Win a Chess Game Against a World Champion?

When Did a Computer Finally Win a Chess Game Against a World Champion?

When Did a Computer Finally Win a Chess Game Against a World Champion? Game: February 10, 1996. Match: May 11, 1997. The match-up between chess champions and computers goes back to Carnegie-Mellon, with a computer called ChipTest, later renamed Deep Thought, which first met Gary Kasparov in 1989. Garry Kasparov upon winning the World Chess Championship in 1985. (Photo […]

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