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The 2023 Computer Olympiad is under way. There are 102 entries and 32 competitions! Follow the results here.
World Computer Chess Champion: Stoofvlees. The results can be found here. World Chess Software Champion: Fritz. The results can be found here. World Computer Speed Chess Champion: Fritz. The results can be found here.
Stoofvlees! Congratulations to Gian-Carlo Pascutto, with opening book by Erdogan Günes. The results can be found here. For those ICGA members who are not familiar with Gian-Carlo and his many accomplishments, here is his biography (Chess Programming Wiki):Gian-Carlo Pascutto, a … Continue reading
Follow the games live on DGT Live Chess and Lichess. In the WCCC, programs can use whatever hardware they can beg, borrow, and (hopefully not) steal. This ranges from single machines with many CPUs, machines with multiple fast graphics cards, … Continue reading
The winner is Fritz. Fritz is one of the best-selling chess programs in the history of computer chess products. The first Fritz became available around 30 years ago. An early version of the program won the 1995 World Computer Chess … Continue reading
Follow the World Chess Software Championships games here. The results to date can be found here.
1. World Computer Chess Championships We are delighted to be holding the 2023 World Computer Chess Championships in beautiful Valencia, Spain over the period July 8-16. We are grateful to the Polytechnical University of Valencia and the Valencia Community Chess … Continue reading
The Advances in Computer Games conference will be held online November 28-30. The call for papers can be found here. We want to hear about your exciting, innovative work in game AI! The Computer Olympiad will be held at the … Continue reading
Our biennial Computers and Games conference is November 22-24. Registration is free (information is here). The conference is online and features four keynote talks and 15 research papers. The keynote speakers are: Murray Campbell (IBM TJ Watson) Matt Ginsberg (Google … Continue reading
The 2022 Computer Olympiad featured 18 games with 53 competitors. Thank you to all the participants for a successful event. The final results can be found here. Start planning for our 2023 Olympiad!