Deep blue specialized in being the first computer to defeat a chess champion at chess when it defeated grand master Gary Kasparov.
The first chess computer that could play chess was called Deep Blue.
IBM created the Deep Blue chess computer. Intel provided chips included in the IBM system.
Deep Blue .
"Deep Blue" .
Although 'Deep Blue' in the first game beat Gary Kasparov first in chess it was Kasparov who beat 'Deep Blue' four games to two .
The chess playing computer does not explain how it makes it decisions, does not give interviews, does not sign autographs, and does not do anything other than play chess with superlative skill.
It is true that the computer cannot think but the people who programmed the computer can. So if you take a very powerful computer ( like Deep Blue) and program it very clever then the computer will be very good at chess and can even defeat a world champion.
Garry Kasparov, then reigning world chess champion, defeated Deep Blue (IBM Super Computer) on February 17, 1996. On May 11, 1997, Deep Blue (nicknamed "Deeper Blue" after significant upgrades following the first match) defeated Kasparov in a rematch. This was the first time a computer system defeated a reigning world chess champion during an official chess tournament rules time-controlled match. Kasparov protested and accused IBM of cheating. IBM refused another rematch and dismantled Deep Blue.
'Deep Blue' , a super computer , beat world chess champion Gary Kasparov May 11, 1997 .
Chess Master Gary Kasparov lost the first game of a six-game match to IBM's chess computer, "Deep Blue" in 1996.
"Deep Blue" .
Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov .
'Deep Blue' defeated chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov in May of 1997 .
It is called 'Deep Blue'. It beat him on 11/05/1997.
In February 1996 , IBM's chess computer Deep Blue defeated Kasparov in one game using normal time controls, in Deep Blue - Kasparov, 1996, Game 1 . However , Kasparov was still able to gain three wins and two draws and win the match .
The IBM computer that Kasparov played against twice is called Deep Blue.
"Deep Blue" who defeated Gary Kasparov .Deep Blue. It is a chess-playing computer developed by the International Business Machines (IBM). On May 11, 1997, Deep Blue won a six-game match by two wins to one with three draws against world champion Garry Kasparov. The Champion accused IBM of cheating and demanded a rematch, but IBM refused and dismantled Deep Blue. But Kasparov defeated a previous version of Deep Blue in 1996.
The super-computer Deep Blue would persevere after all it defeated Kasparov even though Deep Blue had been bested by Kasparov on previous occasions .
'Deep Blue' was the first computer to beat a world chess champion. It defeated Garry Kasparov in 1997. There may well have been earlier computers that beat humans who did not play very well.