Category: AI

In AI, digital twin refers to virtual or digital replicas of physical objects, people, processes, or systems that help businesses make model-driven decisions. In the domain of chess can serve as a powerful tool for a human player aiming to elevate their game. This virtual replica of the player’s style, strategies, and moves can provide…

In the late 80s, Chessbase changed a chess professional’s workflow in that he or she needed to study the opponent – their opening preference, their latest choice variation etc. It was an essential preparation tool. Of course, chess masters still did that in the past by getting bulletins, Informators, magazine to sift thru their opponent…

A “chess second” refers to a person or a group of people who support a professional chess player, especially during tournaments12. These are some of their key responsibilities: In essence, chess seconds are a necessary force behind truly successful super grandmasters, providing a supporting role that is crucial to a player’s success. My previous thoughts…

Scenario: A chess player leaves the playing hall and calls someone on his phone. Student: Hey Coach, I just lost my game in the tournament. It was a tough match, and I think I blundered in the middlegame. AI Chess Coach: I’m here for you. Losing is part of learning. Can you send me the…