20 years ago IBM supercomputer Deep Blue beat the previously undefeated chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov.
The victory of machine over man shocked the world, prompting apocalyptic warnings about our own role in society and questions about whether humanity could survive in a world where we could be out-thought by a computer.
BBC Click spoke with Kasparov about the defeat and his enthusiasm for artificial intelligence.
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