AlphaZero's Attacking Chess





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Premiered Dec 6, 2018

Google's DeepMind has just released a new academic paper on AlphaZero -- the general purpose artificial intelligence system that mastered chess through self-play and went on to defeat the world champion of chess engines, Stockfish. In this video chess International Master Anna Rudolf takes a look at a never-before-seen game from a match played in January 2018, and discusses how the playing style and attacking chess of AlphaZero compare to computers and humans.

The game I selected is part of the 20-game collection me and other chess broadcasters received before the release of the PGN.

For more information on DeepMind and AlphaZero visit: www.deepmind.com

Read the academic paper in the Science Magazine: http://science.sciencemag.org/content...

The image in the thumbnail is courtesy of DeepMind.

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