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What does the future hold for human-machine integration? And will machines ever become intelligent enough to move forward without human assistance? These were among the issues discussed by World Chess Champion, writer and political activist Garry Kasparov when he visited the Oxford Martin School. Mr Kasparov met Oxford Martin School academics for workshops on sponsoring innovation and risk, and the future potential of human-machine collaboration. He also delivered a talk, 'Human + machine: intuition and calculation in a new era of decision-making', in which he reflected on his battles with supercomputers, explored the possibilities of artificial intelligence and considered the potential of the internet to transform democracy.

An Evening with Garry Kasparov


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