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An interesting field related to Artificial Intelligence, which still arouse public media interest, are autonomous chess playing Robots, as recently designed by Konstantin Kosteniuk in Russia. The robot will represent Russia at the first ever International Robot Blitz Chess Championship announced to take place in 2011 [1] [2].

Robots are mechanical intelligent agents, and may interact like an human chess player, recognizing the moves either by incorporating a sensory board, or more sophisticated by computer vision [3] and real-time video image processing, and moving pieces with a mechatronical actuator and end effector.
Personal Robot 04 by Franz Steiner [4] [5]

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References

  1. ^ Russian presidential aide to play chess with robot, Sports, RIA Novosti, June 08, 2010
  2. ^ Chess grand masters outsmart robot from The Voice of Russia, June 10, 2010
  3. ^ Chua Huiyan, Le Vinh, Wong Lai Kuan (2007). Chess Vision. School of Computing, National University of Singapore, slides as pdf
  4. ^ CGPortfolio - Franz Steiner
  5. ^ Robots vs People – Striking 3D Perspective
  6. ^ Schachcomputer | elpeon.com - Alle Schachroboter (German)
  7. ^ LegoLab
  8. ^ Lego from Wikipedia
  9. ^ Lego Mindstorms from Wikipedia
  10. ^ The Gambit Manipulator at UW RSE-lab
  11. ^ Personal Robotics at Intel Labs Seattle
  12. ^ Chess Playing Robot
  13. ^ Robot Blitz Chess! CHESSka vs. KUKA Monster - Game One by Steve Lopez, Chess King, May 25, 2012
  14. ^ sarxos/webcam-capture · GitHub

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