How a computer plays chess

By Staff, October 6, 2017

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A co-lead at Google's Big Picture data visualization group has created an online version of chess called the Thinking Machine 6, which lets you play against a computer and visualize all of its possible moves. While the computer may not be the most advanced player, the program provides you with an inside look into how your artificial opponent's mind works. Here's a look at how it works.

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  1. Hi Jack says:


  2. nunya biznez says:

    seems pretty remedial especially since this has already been done thousands of times by actual developers. why must tech insider push crap like this, the guy is obviously a hack and a plagiarist and not even capable of creative or unique thought. do you guys get paid to publish this kind of garbage or are you legitimately fooled by these folks? maybe you should consider hiring some people of quality instead of sycophants and  yes-men.