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Saturday, October 09, 2004
AI vs Chess

The last one from Moravec's paper, this is to support his argument that researchers have been stuck with a particular amount of processing power from the 60s through the 90s when that processing power finally fell into the consumer arena. Only then, he claims did researches begin to have access to any growth at all in processing power (he cites a number of reasons for this that I won't repeat here).

He has also charted one of the few places he claims that AI has still had access to high-end processing power: chess.
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