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    Artificial intelligence and chess

    Published on May 2, 2012

    This video starts with a history background about the game chess and about
    the computer chess machine . Also there is an explanation about the evolution
    of computer chess. There is an explanation about the main algorithms that
    are being used in computer chess, which are the minimax algorithm and the
    alpha-beta pruning(steps,animations,etc).

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    AAAI chess montage

    Uploaded on Jul 19, 2010

    Robots from Intel Labs Seattle/UW CSE, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Alabama, and Georgia Tech playing chess at AAAI 2010.

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    Uploaded on Jul 6, 2010

    Watch this fun animation of a humanoid robot featuring Robolink articulated joints from igus playing chess against itself.

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    7Bot Desktop Robot Arm playing chess with human

    Published on Aug 30, 2015

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    Evolution of chess openings, 1850-2014

    Published on May 26, 2014

    Watch how chess openings have changed in tournament games between 1850 and 2014.
    Randy Olson

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    A mean on Azure Project: how to build a chess game

    Published on Apr 20, 2016

    "Guest speaker David Washington walks us through how to build a multi-player chess game using, Azure, node.js, and socket.io. If you want to follow along with the fun, you can find the whole hands on lab here: http://aka.ms/chessHOL.

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    31 Seconds, 31st CNO: Chess and Artificial Intelligence

    Published on May 2, 2016

    Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson talks about the U.S. Navy's future incorporation of artificial intelligence tech, by discussing chess, during a discussion with leaders and researchers at the Institute for Defense Analyses.

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    IoT Connected Chess boards from SparkFun!

    Published on Aug 2, 2016

    In this episode of the Fellowship of the things Creative Engineer Sarah builds two Chess boards that play over WiFi, so you can play someone on the other board from anywhere on a physical Chess board.

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    Wireless Arduino powered chess

    Published on Apr 1, 2012

    Our goal is to allow people to connect and play board games with each other from anywhere in the world. By combing a physical board with modern technology, we hope to bring a more interpersonal experience that is not achieved through a computer screen. See our other videos for a look inside the system and how moves such as castling and en passant are handled.


    Wireless Arduino powered chess - internals

    Published on Apr 2, 2012

    A view of the insides

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