Artificial Intelligence

Here's how AI is upholding integrity in chess

A white King piece from the game of chess uses machine learning to predict the likelihood of humans making certain moves. Image: Unsplash/Hassan Pasha

Michael K. Cohen
Doctoral Candidate in Engineering, University of Oxford
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