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(Do You Remember)   When one of the world's greatest table-tennis players of all time competed against the fastest robot on earth, it was just another chapter in the timeless battle of man versus machine   (doyouremember.com) divider line 54
    More: Interesting, robot on earth, forging, Garry Kasparov, robots, machines, John Henry  
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2014-03-12 02:31:37 PM  

TNel: Earguy: Yeah, what happened?  Results/spoilers here.

Thanks but I could only make a bit over 1:30 that video was way over produced.  Jesus. It's like someone thought they were shooting a damn 300 movie with all the slow mo and sound effects.


I know, right?!
It's almost as if they are trying to dramatize the abilities of that robotic arm for commercial purposes.

/thanks for the link
 
2014-03-12 05:31:41 PM  

keypusher: spawn73: zzrhardy: If I learned anything from the robot vs human chess battles, it's that these circus acts are actually a robot and 20 man dev team making changes on the fly to counter the tactics of a single human.

I don't think that matters, as Kasparov plays at a level where the 20 humans aren't able to compete.

Kasparov lost to Deeper Blue nearly 20 years ago.  Top grandmasters don't play (public) matches with computers any more, because they would get stomped.


Sure they play. Noone wants to pay them for it though, like IBM did.
 
2014-03-12 06:01:25 PM  
OK, here is an actual robot playing table tennis.
Link
 
2014-03-12 06:04:21 PM  
And here is my favorite unhuman champion
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