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Turing, Kasparov and the future

Haworth, G. (2013) Turing, Kasparov and the future. International Computer Games Association Journal, 36 (1). pp. 46-48. ISSN 1389-6911

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The 'Turing 100' Conference in Manchester was the main event of the Turing Centenary Year in 2012. This is a report and reflection on Kasparov's popular talk. Within it, he explained how Turing and influenced computer chess, his career and the chess community. Kasparov also played Chessbase's 'TURING' emulation of Turing's second paper chess engine, here labelled 'AT2'. Quasi Turing-tests, computer contributions to world championship chess, and suspected cheating in chess are also mentioned.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:32636
Uncontrolled Keywords:AI, automated theorem proving, cheating, chess, computer chess, Kasparov, machine learning, Manchester, Turing, Turing 100, Watson
Publisher:The International Games Association

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