Yigal Arens

Information Sciences Institute

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Director of the Intelligent Systems division for the Information Sciences Insitute

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In 1997, when IBM’s “Deep Blue” beat chess master Garry Kasparov, it seemed like the computers were on the verge of taking over.

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In 1997, when IBM’s “Deep Blue” beat chess master Garry Kasparov, it seemed like the computers were on the verge of taking over.

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Filmmakers have always been fascinated by artificial intelligence.

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Filmmakers have always been fascinated by artificial intelligence.

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