The world of Artificial Intelligence AI , broadly defined as the desire to replicate human intelligence in machines, has dramatically advanced in these 10 years. Starting from random play, and with no domain knowledge except for the game rules, AlphaZero defeated a world-champion programme in each game of chess, shogi Japanese chess and the Chinese game, Go, within 24 hours. Reinforcement learning is an unsupervised training method that uses rewards and punishments. This is the same method used by the chess player AlphaZero. The system begins with a neural network loosely modelled on the brain, hence the name that knows nothing about the game. It then plays games against itself, by combining this neural network with a powerful search algorithm. The neural network is tuned and updated to predict moves as well as the eventual winner of the games. This updated neural network is then recombined with the search algorithm to create a new, stronger version, and the process begins again. AI has undoubtedly become smarter by leaps and bounds with rapid advancements in machine-learning and deep-learning algorithms, humongous amounts of Big Data on which these algorithms can be trained, and the phenomenal increase in computing power. This has, understandably, given rise to the fear that automation and AI will take away our jobs and eventually become more intelligent than human beings.
Military call signs are call signs assigned as unique identifiers to military communications. In wartime, monitoring an adversary's communications can be a valuable form of intelligence. Consistent call signs can aid in this monitoring, so in wartime, military units often employ tactical call signs and sometimes change them at regular intervals. In peacetime, some military stations will use fixed call signs in the international series. Army Headquarters. Tactical call signs are often assigned to a company sized unit or higher. For example, the collective "Checkmate" might be assigned to an entire company and thus "Checkmate Red 6" would be the first platoon leader platoons are red for first, white for second, blue for third, black for headquarters, and often additional colors for other portions under the command , "Checkmate white 6" to the second platoon leader, etc.
Hit or Sh**?
I searched on the net and on chess. Those are 3 problems from the last section of Dragoslav Andric's book about chess igra miliona , but the answer is not given. I think I have a satisfying answer for the first one, maybe for the 3rd one, but for the second one I'm lost. Can anybody figure out the answer? I think its white has placed his pawn on h8, removed it, and now he finished his move with h8Q.