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Rmi Coulom and Ishida Yoshio, Go

Rmi Coulom and Ishida Yoshio playing Go.


In May, 1997, I.B.M.'s Deep Blue supercomputer prevailed over Garry Kasparov in a series of six chess games, becoming the first computer to defeat a world-champion chess player.

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