Garry Kasparov is the greatest chess player in history. He became the youngest ever world chess champion at 22, defeating Anatoly Karpov in a historic chess match in 1984-85. In 1997 Kasparov also became the first world chess champion to lose a match to the IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer.
He sat down with Bloomberg’s Amanda Lang to discuss the need for both intelligent machines and human creativity, what he’s learned from chess and his battles with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. (Source: Bloomberg)