Garry Kasparov: Learn to Work with Intelligent Machines [Video]

One of the greatest chess players in history, Garry Kasparov, was defeated by IBM’s Deep Blue AI back in 1997. If you now think he must be upset about machines becoming more and more capable of learning and understanding, you’re wrong. Our video feature today is a recent TED Talk by Kasparov himself, reflecting on machines in the past and why we should embrace to coexist with machines rather than being afraid of the future. Highly interesting!


YouTube: Don’t fear intelligent machines. Work with them | Garry Kasparov

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Christopher Isak

Christopher Isak

Managing Editor at TechAcute
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Christopher Isak

Christopher Isak

Hi there and thanks for reading my article! I'm Chris. I write about tech news, management subjects. Reach out via Twitter or comments, if you like. I'd love to hear from you!

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