Using Machine Learning to play chess

Aubhro Sengupta

Today, chess engines contain many lines of code handcrafted under the guidance of grandmasters. Are you interested in being knee deep in chess theory just to crank out a half decent engine? No? This talk is for you. Why not create an engine that learns to improve itself?

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  1. GPC™ says:

    4:37 The “assuming my opponent plays well” is my weapon to, sometimes, beat computers. I have done it and I don’t play chess. 🙂 It’s easier beating level 9 than level 1 because of that (me not knowing chess and the computer assuming I am a genius).

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