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Shyam Sankar: Some say computers could attain artificial intelligence superior to humans A more realistic approach is to envision computers aided by human intelligence, he says Computers can spot patterns from the past but can't anticipate as people can, he says Sankar: Human thought, aided by computer power, can make sense of "big data" Computers can spot patterns from the past but can't anticipate as people can, he says Sankar: Human thought, aided by computer power, can make sense of "big data" In 1997, Garry Kasparov was defeated by IBM's Deep Blue supercomputer. It seemed like a watershed moment, recalling the rise of the machines long prophesied in science fiction. Yet in 2005, a freestyle chess tournament featured teams of humans partnering with computers in various combinations. Shockingly, two amateurs using three fairly weak laptops emerged victorious, beating grand masters and supercomputers in turn. This contrast is fittingly emblematic of two great visionaries of computer science, Marvin Minsky and J.C.R. Licklider.

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