Deus X

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Deus X (DeusX),
a chess playing entity powered by Leela Chess Zero due to Albert Silver to produce (train) and use (during game play) the weights of the convolutional neural network, relaxing the "Zero" paradigm of pure reinforcement learning by supervised learning, that is feeding in high quality games played by other strong chess playing entities.

Lc0 and DeusX Diagrams

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Lc0 and DeusX components [2]

Tournament Play

Deus X controversially participated at TCEC Season 13 together with its ancestor Lc0 [3], but did not meet TCEC's updated uniqueness criteria in subsequent seasons [4]. Deus X further played the PT 54 over the board, running on 2 x Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 and 8 CPU cores, where it won ahead of Shredder and Jonny, and apparently became the driving force of the commercial ChessBase cloud project Fat Fritz [5] [6].

See also

Forum Posts

Re: TCEC season 13, 2 NN engines will be participating, Leela and Deus X by Frank Phillips, CCC, August 01, 2018
Re: TCEC season 13, 2 NN engines will be participating, Leela and Deus X by Gian-Carlo Pascutto, CCC, August 03, 2018
Re: Has Silver written any code for "his" ZeusX? by Alexander Lyashuk, LCZero Forum, August 02, 2018
Re: Deus X Neural Network Progress by Albert Silver, CCC, January 03, 2019

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