Herbert D. Raymond

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Herbert D. Raymond,
an American early chess programmer, during the 70s captain at the United States Marine Corps, San Diego, California [1]. He developed the chess program Genie, which played the ACM 1971 on a SDS 940 [2], Scientific Data Systems' first machine to support the Berkeley Timesharing System [3] [4], created by the University of California, Berkeley as part of their Project Genie that ran between 1964 and 1965 as smaller counterpart to MIT's Project MAC.



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