. . . and the relevance of Kasparov's experiment to medical informatics.
Note on Friedman's ‘fundamental theorem of biomedical informatics’
‘Their skill at manipulating and “coaching” their computers to look very deeply into positions effectively counteracted the superior chess understanding of their grandmaster opponents and the greater computational power of other participants. Weak human + machine + better process was superior to a strong computer alone and, more remarkably, superior to a strong human + machine + inferior process.’ - Kasparov