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GARRY KASPAROV

How will Artificial Intelligence change us? Garry Kasparov has strong, expert views.

You may know Garry Kasparov as a chess champion and human rights advocate. His famous matches against the IBM super-computer Deep Blue were key to bringing Artificial Intelligence, and chess, into the mainstream.:

But Mr. Kasparov is also an antidote to both the fear and the false hopes surrounding AI.

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GERARD BAKER

Please join us for lunch on Tuesday, April 18th at the Four Seasons Yorkville to hear one of the world's foremost commentators discuss America and the world in the age of President Trump.

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  • April 18, 2017
    12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Gerard Baker, Editor-in-Chief of the Wall Street Journal speaks at a RamsayTalk Please join us for the Ramsay Luncheon on Tuesday, April 18th at the Four Seasons Yorkville to hear one of the world’s foremost commentators discuss America and the world in the age of President Trump. Gerard Baker is both the Editor-in-Chief of Dow (more…)


  • May 16, 2017
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How will Artificial Intelligence change us? Garry Kasparov has strong, expert views. You may know Garry Kasparov as a chess champion and human rights advocate. His famous matches against the IBM super-computer Deep Blue were key to bringing Artificial Intelligence, and chess, into the mainstream. But Mr. Kasparov is also an antidote to both the (more…)

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