Computers or Humans?
Ever since the invention of the computer it seems as if Humans have been attempting to create a machine that can play chess better and faster than any human past, present, or future. Ever since Deep Blue’s defeat of Garry Kasparov, it seems that the goal has been achieved. With programs like Deep Junior and Fritz now readily available, it would have to be stated that there is now no human on earth that is capable of competing with the new generation of superhuman chess programs. While Humans may be more creative than a chess computer, they cannot compete with the speed and accuracy with which the new chess computers analyze their games. I ask of anyone to disprove this statement and further the support the argument that a human with its feeble little mind can compete, and defeat a superhuman chess computer.