The starting point of modern information technology has as a starting point the year 1945 and the machine that defeated the Enigma code, the ENIAC, and the English mathematician and cryptanalyst, Alan Turing. "The original question, can machines think?" Forty years of development, starting from ENIAC, led to IBM's supercomputer Deep Blue. In 1985, Garry Kasparov became the world champion in chess beating 32 opponents, simultaneously. Deep Blue's predecessor, "Deep Thought", lost two times by the world chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1989.
May-3-2022, 04:00:21 GMT