Computer Beats Chess-man (again)

According to the New York Times, “A six-game chess match between Vladimir Kramnik of Russia, the world champion, and Deep Fritz, a souped-up version of commercially available chess software made by Chessbase, ended today in victory for the computer, which won the final game and clinched the match, 4 games to 2.”

This is just sad. Isn’t it time that humans just give up chess playing altogether, and begin trying to take back poetry before the machines take that from us too?

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