dose that mean that the machine can now play chess better than what was expected when it was being designed ?
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On the other hand, other AI researchers have achieved spectacular results in getting particular aspects of human behaviour from machines. A good example would be chess playing. Certainly, when work started in this area in the 1950s it was seen as a good example of intelligent human behaviour. In a tournament in 1997 a computer called Deep Blue beat the World Chess Champion, Gary Kasparov. That machines can now play chess very well has been established.