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Part 2: What to learn when computers win at chess

By Dhananjay Khadilkar

In the second part of a short series on what we can learn from high-powered computer programmes, Dhanajay Khadilkar looks at the way human chess players are changing their strategies, because of the possibilities being opened up by the machines.

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