Where is the problem?mclane wrote: ↑Sun Aug 18, 2019 9:13 amThe main problem I see is that all those engines play chess on a level between 2600-3300+Peter Skinner wrote: ↑Sun Aug 18, 2019 6:38 amHello all,
I've been getting into computer chess again after a long hiatus due to family responsibilities. Raising 3 children on your own is tough work, so if you had a single Parent at any point in your life, thank them for putting you first before everything.
On a side note, where did all these 3400 engines come from? When I left there was 6 engines that cracked 3300+.
Is this more of the same from Robbolitto and what not?
Congratulations to the Komodo team for winning the World Computer Chess Championships in Macao.
ELO, but they do not really have a clou what chess is or what the target of chess is.
They mainly solve chess via a deep search tree. Reach 15-44 search depths and outcompute the opponent.
But do they play really chess ? I mean, do they have a plan or do they make moves that do not lose material?!
I will tell you about another problem: one day we will be able to program a computer to have human-like intelligence, and then we will realise it is STILL just a silly computer (and that we are no different).