Tag : machine learning

When a computer understands more than you do

It was 1997 when the Deep Blue computer beat the world chess champion, Garry Kasparov. It was the first machine over human victory while playing the mother of all strategic games. Well, even though the Deep Blue computer was created specifically to play chess versus human, it took just a few years more for standard desktop computers to dominate our brains on the chess board. Now there are smartphone chess apps have been able to defeat exceptionally good players.

This was the first time when the machine ‘outminded’ humans. By declaring that AI software scored a better result than humans in a large-scale reading and comprehension test, it seems we are witnessing the second breakthrough.

Data analytics knows if you are going to survive the sinking of Titanic

The sinking of the RMS Titanic is probably the most tragic event in the modern maritime history. It was not the deadliest though but it became the symbol of the human bigotry in terms of technical advancement. Back in 1912, Titanic was the largest, and most luxurious ocean liner ever made. She was claimed to be unsinkable. And she sank on her maiden voyage to New York.

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The first contribution of an artificial intellect, known today as A.I. is the hacking of Enigma coding machine. The story of Alan Turing was intriguingly impersonated by Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game drama movie. It is acknowledged that Turing`s success with creating an algorithm and machine that managed to break the Enigma code has saved millions of lives during the WWII.