This device was programmed to play the world champion in chess and in The first round of the artificial program outperformed the world champion in chess, and the second and third half outperformed the world champion in chess with his intelligent human mentality.
And Abdel Aziz continued, during a telephone conversation on the "Echo of the Country" satellite channel, that in 1997 a robot or a robot was trained to learn a machine, meaning learning from its mistakes in front of others, and a match was held with the world champion in chess, so the robot or robot won.
He deservedly must after learning the robot from its previous mistakes through a software engineer who feeds the robot or robot with every modification to the program, so he outperformed the world champion of chess in an impressive way.
The professor of artificial intelligence at Al-Azhar University explained that the world has reached a very great development in artificial intelligence, "noting that in 2016 the Davos Forum announced the Fourth Industrial Revolution, all of which depend largely on artificial intelligence, meaning that everything in our lives will be through artificial intelligence. very soon.