Deep Blue

You may have heard of Deep Blue, a chess playing computer developed by IBM in 1996 which became the first machine to win a chess game against a reigning world champion Garry Kasparov under regular time controls. However, Kasparov won three games and drew two of the following games, beating Deep Blue by a score of 4–2, the match concluded on February 17, 1996 as Deep Blue's victory. In addition to this; in the history of artificial intelligence there's a process called Turing Test described by Alan Turing in 1950; a proposal for a test of a machine's ability to demonstrate intelligence. Some of the researchers in the artificial intelligence claim that Deep Blue has passed the Turing Test though the proviso here is that Deep Blue can pass the Turing Test only while playing chess:) Here by as a combination of the informations gathered; I've developed an inventory named Goren Deep Blue Test that can be construed as a general test of resistance:) The subject matter is; with the almost universal acceptance of Goren's seductiveness, there seems no ground for resisting him especially when he wears blue. (Honestly whenever I see him in blue, always the same question comes to my mind: Could he be any more beautiful?) And here is a sample below from the test for you to grasp the underlying idea. In order to assess your threshold, please look at the illustration below and then check your blood pressure and pulse rate:) Just like in the practical applications of cognitive-behavioral therapy, the procedure is systematic and simple. In the next stage you will be exposed to more illustrations; so on... And a warning before you start: Realizing the fact that our test target is beyond our reach; feeling blue in the end is inevitable:)

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Beauty Out Of The Blue