Exploring the Long Tail with Analytics and Machine Learning

Computers and Chess The game of chess is a big factor in the development of Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning (ML). I recently heard a story on NPR about chess and computers that explained that these days computers regularly beat their grandmaster human competitors at chess. Grandmaster, author and chess columnist Andrew Soltis says, “Right now, there’s just no competition. The computers are just much too good.” Murray Campbell of IBM’s Deep Blue project was also interviewed. Campbell says, “[When playing chess computers] play what they think is the objectively best move in any position, even if it looks absurd, and they can play any move no matter how ugly it is.” There are 400 possible configurations of the pieces in chess after both players have made their first move.…


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