[Computer-go] Kifu-Snap: automatic go-board image recognition

"Ingo Althöfer" 3-Hirn-Verlag at gmx.de
Thu May 30 02:11:20 PDT 2013


Mark Boon wrote:
> That's nice. I can see this actually have more utility in game-recording
> than scoring. 

Indeed.

Another - somewhat futuristic - application came to my mind:
ROBOT GO
A robot recognizes the board position,
his computer partner computes a move,
and the robort arm realizes that move on the board.

In May 2012, a robot chess exhibition was played during
the human World Championship (Anand-Gelfand) in Moscow,
open air in a park. Here you find a picture:
http://cdn.c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000a9OhF7OuxFw/s/900/russia-moscow-chess-robots-ru191739.jpg

Ingo.








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