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In the 2008 Pixar film Wall-E, a robot that’s operated alone for centuries meets and falls in love with another bot, starting a relationship with serious implications for mankind.

Are we ready for bots with feelings? Life Hacks by Charles Assisi

Hindustan Times | By Charles Assisi
UPDATED ON DEC 13, 2020 02:19 PM IST
Our smart devices already have a kind of consciousness. Before they evolve further, we need to formulate codes of conduct to regulate how they will interact with us, and each other.
Five-time Chess World Champion Viswanathan Anand plays against Norwegian Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen(PTI)
Five-time Chess World Champion Viswanathan Anand plays against Norwegian Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen(PTI)

They’re coughing in the galleries at the Grand Chess Tour

By Sudipto Sanyal
UPDATED ON NOV 25, 2019 10:38 AM IST
A game of chess is not as silent as it pretends. Wherever there is order, there is chaos. Someone in the audience falls asleep and starts to snore softly, soon to be shaken awake by the prowling enforcers.
World chess champion Norway's Magnus Carlsen poses with the FIDE world chess championship trophy after beating challenger, US player Fabiano Caruana (not pictured) in the tie-break matches of the 2018 World Chess Championship in London.(AFP)
World chess champion Norway's Magnus Carlsen poses with the FIDE world chess championship trophy after beating challenger, US player Fabiano Caruana (not pictured) in the tie-break matches of the 2018 World Chess Championship in London.(AFP)

World Chess Championship: Magnus Carlsen beats Fabiano Caruana to clinch title

London | By AFP
UPDATED ON NOV 29, 2018 10:55 AM IST
The 27-year-old won three successive rapid-chess tiebreakers in a display of intuition and guile that overwhelmed the 26-year-old American in London.
File image of Garry Kasparov.(Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)
File image of Garry Kasparov.(Vipin Kumar/HT PHOTO)

Unlike chess not chasing results as a human rights activist: Kasparov

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Avishek Roy
UPDATED ON OCT 21, 2018 08:49 AM IST
The straight-talking Garry Kasparov prefers to call himself a ‘human rights activist’ who is trying to bring a difference in the life of people.
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