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AI Have Years of Failure then Stunning Success

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In 1978 a chess engine named Belle won the North American Computer Chess Championship run by the Association for Computing Machinery, the engine's special hardware allowed it to analyze around thirty million positions in three minutes. Belle also held both opening and ending database's, greatly aiding the hardware speed. In 1980, Belle became to first chess engine to receive a Master rating. In 1995, a new chess engine prototype was released from the team at IBM, Deep Blue. In 1996, Deep Blue faced chess champion Garry Kasparov for the first time. Kasparov won the six-game match by the score 4?"2. In 1997, Deep Blue beat Garry Kasparov.