On May 11, 1997, IBM supercomputer Deep Blue made "man versus machine" history by winning a six-game chess match against a grand master with two wins, one loss and three draws. The technology went beyond playing chess, and
was applied to financial modeling, molecular dynamics, and to develop new drugs.
Want to know more about the game, and the technology inside Deep Blue? One of its original developers Dr. Murray Campbell is hosting a Twitter chat today at #deepblue, from 1:00 -- 2:00 p.m. US Eastern.
Research scientist Dr. Murray Campbell on Deep Blue
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