Saturday, November 22, 2003

Washington Post editorialist Charles Krauthammer, a chess afficionado, has some interesting thoughts on the Kasparov v X3d Fritz match. Of interest to me was his observation that the computer's lack of ego means it will show weakness; in one match, it made a pointless move, signaling it had no good moves to make. Ben knows alot more about chess than I do, but I thought that was interesting.

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