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    In May 1997, IBM's Deep Blue became the first computer to defeat Garry Kasparov, then the reigning world chess champion. Deep Blue's hardware had 30 cores at 120 MHz plus 420 special VLSI chess chips. The computer could evaluate 200 million positions per second and could search to a depth of 20 moves. Despite this celebrated victory, most people believe Deep Blue won by brute force and had no “intelligence.”

Hands-on Basic Python Workshop (13 Aug 2017)

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Singapore FinTech Festival 2017

13-17 November

Exciting discussions, stimulating demos and insightful debates in FinTech. Whether you’re a start-up, technology company, investor, financial institution, research institute or innovation professional, you’ll want to be part of it. The event features a hackathon as well.

Hackcelerator Deadline: 15 July 2017

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Founder Members

  • Arvind Padmanabhan

    Telecom/IT Engineer
  • A. Krishnan

    Automotive Design Engineer

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