Prof. Newborn in New York Times article
When the chess world champion, Vladimir Kramnik, lost a six-game match to the commercially available chess program Deep Fritz, the New York Times turned to McGill professor Monty Newborn for his take on the meaning of the computer's victory. The match, which started Nov. 25th, was a follow-up on the famous contest between Garry Kasparov and the IBM computer Deep Blue, which Newborn helped to organize. Click through to read the article.