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  • How Do Chess Computers Think?

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    Chess computers don't think like humans do when playing. They rely on their processing power and data storage capability to calculate their moves by using search tress, as known as the "brute force" approach. Most chess engines such as Deep Blue use fixed-depth Minimax, Alpha-Beta pruning and Quiescence search as their main algorithms. Nowadays, the strongest chess engine Stockfish only needs to run on an iPhone to beat the best human players.

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    • How Do Chess Computers Think? - Duration: 6 minutes, 49 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 37,261 views
      Chess computers don't think like humans do when playing. They rely on their processing power and data storage capability to calculate their moves by using search tress, as known as the "brute force...
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    • The Game of Go Explained - Duration: 2 minutes, 33 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 45,502 views
      Go is an abstract strategy board game originated in China more than 2500 years ago. The game is played between two players on a 19x19 board. The aim of the game is to surround a larger total area o...
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    • The Panama Papers Leak Explained - Duration: 3 minutes, 31 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
      • 7,723 views
      The Panama Papers is a massive data leak of Mossack Fonseca, a Panama law firm specialized in incorporating companies in offshore jurisdiction. This is one of the biggest leak ever with 11.5 millio...
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