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Deep Blue was an incredible feat of engineering, but up against today’s chess computers—titans with names like Stockfish, Komodo, and Deep Shredder—the IBM machine would be child’s play.
And computers are only getting stronger.
A new wave of chess computers, led by Google’s AlphaZero, have begun to approach the game in a fundamentally different way.
Rather than relying on carefully balanced algorithms and brute force calculations, they use machine learning to recognize patterns and make moves based on human-like intuition.
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