Deep Blue (1985)

Deep Blue (2007. Creative Commons License) Alternative last name spellings: – Alternative first name spellings: – Alias: – GENERAL INFO Description: Deep Blue is a supercomputer developed by the IBM company in the Carnegie Mellon University. Its principal mission was to have a high level of chess, being able to win expert players. It was the first computer to beat the chess world champion Gary Kasparov in 1996. Sex: – Mail Order Diazepam Uk Occupation: Chess machine. Place of Birth / Death: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Country Tags: United States. Centuries: XX-XXI Buy Xanax From Usa Title: – World Champion: – follow link School: –
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  • Robert Löhr; Anthea Bell (2007). The chess machine. Penguin Group USA.
  • Levy, David (1998). Computer Chess Compendium. Springer-Verlag New York: Springer Science & Business Media.