Humans bigger threat than AI, says chess legend Kasparov


Kasparov playing simultaneous chess games at the Web Summit in Lisbon on Nov 3, 2021. Kasparov has remained fascinated by technology since his famous matches against IBM’s Deep Blue computer in the 1990s. — AFP

LISBON: Russian chess legend Garry Kasparov was beaten by a supercomputer – but when it comes to artificial intelligence, he is firmly convinced that it’s the humans who pose the real threat.

Kasparov has remained fascinated by technology since his famous matches against IBM’s Deep Blue computer in the 1990s.

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