Kasparov and Computer End 3D Chess Series in Tie

World No. 1 chess player Garry Kasparov’s latest attempt to conquer a computer program ended in a tie on Tuesday when he drew the fourth and final game of his match against "X3D Fritz," which had voice-recognition and virtual reality features. "Kasparov, 40, said after the week-long match at the New York Athletic Club that computer programs were stronger now than the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue he took on in 1996 and 1997, the benchmark for man vs machine contests."

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