So far NN play a more intelligent chess then normal AB Programs. The engines made by humans play machine chess while the engines made by machines play human chess. A Paradoxon.Ras wrote: ↑Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:49 amArtificial neural networks have as little to do with human intelligence as using a compressor to press manure through a hole in the wall has to do with human digestion.
But it’s true, NN need a lot of GPU power although they also play very good chess if they have low NPS, as I have tried out many times.
The optimum would be an engine not using much tree but planning beside tree search by geometrically analysing the possibilities in the position and then trying to build a tree on the base of the plans.