iChess.io v3.27 Portable Backend in Details on macOS

iChess.io v2.27.1 Ready to Play


Training of Portable iChess.io v2.27 vs Stockfish 15.1

Portable Version of iChess.io v2.27

iChess.io v2.27

This is a day, I was looking forward entire year. I remember the moment when we discuss with Professor Jacek Izydorczyk the subject of math oriented AI that can be very enjoyable and valuable, the Game of Kings. But first, we considered to reaserch AI in the medical aspects of usage, the financial, and then I told that the best in class AI is for gaming but the only game I am Continue ReadingiChess.io v2.27

The iChess.io v1.27 is Ready to Play Publicly with Reinforcement Learning ;-)

Привіт, it has been some time since the last entry on this blog… ;-). I almost forget how nice it is to write a blog post in the middle of the night with AirPods music :П. Truth be told, I almost dropped this iChess.io project once on the aiChess.io I could not make sufficient working self-learning of the chess. I do not want to use any books on chess, only, like they Continue ReadingThe iChess.io v1.27 is Ready to Play Publicly with Reinforcement Learning 😉

The iChess.io v1.0 Ready to Play Publicly

iChess.io after 120k moves

iChess.io vs Deep Shredder 13 & iSowa.io 2022 Summary

iChess.io Presentation

iChess.io Project Ready to Play

Привіт, today I want to share the project iChess.io I have been working on for some time. And invite you to play 😉 With AI with Graphics Card acceleration in short GPU acceleration to make each move at least 5 seconds by the game engine. It is a self-study solution that will be stronger after each game, but each game a bit :D. You may see the below video that shows almost Continue ReadingiChess.io Project Ready to Play

Darknet on OpenCL on FreeBSD 13.1

Привіт, recently I helped a bit for a GitHub user rajhlinux. I am not sure if you are familiar with this Operation System. I am only a bit. But the beauty of C and C++ is that it works on different OSes and works fast! Below cute daemon image is from Wikipedia, and you can click on it to learn more. This user, a fan of FreeBSD, was using version 13.1 and Continue ReadingDarknet on OpenCL on FreeBSD 13.1