Don't fear intelligent machines. Work with them | Garry Kasparov

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We must face our fears if we want to get the most out of technology — and we must conquer those fears if we want to get the best out of humanity, says Garry Kasparov. One of the greatest chess players in history, Kasparov lost a memorable match to IBM supercomputer Deep Blue in 1997. Now he shares his vision for a future where intelligent machines help us turn our grandest dreams into reality.

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Ron Harley Pantaleon says:

Looks like Kasparov wants to revenge Deep Blue😂

thales bernardo says:

today we have stockfish, that you can have in your cellfone and is impossible for any human to win.


has he ever played fischer?

Edward Paterson says:

sorry, but I will trip an intelligent machine if I see it walking down the street. I have no interest in conforming to the corporate worlds efforts to replace me. F u buddy

Burhan Qerimi says:

you lost to a machine – get over it!

Living DEADLY says:

Famous last words of Man.

Leonardo Castro says:

Before Kasparov lost against Deep Blue, I already lost chess matches against computers. It's unfair I'm not recognized for that.

Gamina Wulfsdottir says:

"…machines were weak… and my hair was strong…"

Danúbio De Oliveira Júnior says:

Kasparov, "the last brain stand" surrendeted to machines. Or, at least, he became their best poetry in translation…

Reiner Weiss says:

There are two chessplayers, I like.
Not of their WM, but staying faithfull as nice and empathic humans all their life:
Garry and Magnus.

Rafツ says:

I don't understand because there are no Indonesian subtitles.
sad because I can't get information because of language limitations. 🙁

ⓐⓨⓐ ⓗⓐⓓⓘⓛ says:

Let us dream big .

Harsh Prajapati says:

great speech i have ever seen and listen in my life by 12 time world champion

Valaha says:

wow, Garry surprised me. He did a such awesome speech. I really liked it.
Thank You, Garry.

Ben Andersen says:

A brilliant mind chess or not!!!!!

Kevin Eontrainer says:

We humans created machines to do the task we CAN'T do. Isn't that the whole point of creating them? I mean won't you lose if you have a weightlifting match against an excavator?

bastiaan0741 says:

Said the man to the heat-seeking missile drone.

Meeta Sugandh says:

If kasporov could beat 32 chess computers why he couldn't beat deep blue

Albert Chhab says:

I love him. An ethical and intelligent person. All love from Syria.

well what can i say says:

Seems like he finally got over his defeat and now thinks his opponent will take over the world.

Jules Teh says:

thumbs up… his intelligence is not only applicable in chess but in reality as well…

bert havermout says:

If you train a dog to do tricks, you know it will not become smarted than you. Otherwise you may think twice.

bert havermout says:

I love chess. Very sad to hear the great chess champion talk like this. As if he has lost his intelligence. Or maybe he has.

sorry not you says:

i love garry

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