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Personal Robot 04 by Franz Steiner [1]

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 [2] [3].

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 [4] and real-time video image processing, and moving pieces with a mechatronical actuator and end effector.

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Forum Posts

Re: A new Robot? by Scally, Hiarcs Forum, August 01, 2017

External Links

History of robots from Wikipedia
List of fictional robots and androids from Wikipedia
Robot (disambiguation) from Wikipedia
Actroid from Wikipedia
Android (robot) from Wikipedia
Cyborg from Wikipedia
Gynoid from Wikipedia
Humanoid robot from Wikipedia
Industrial robot from Wikipedia
Robot fetishism from Wikipedia



Robots in SF

Chess Playing Robots

Chess Robot V2.0
World’s first chess-playing robot defeats its creator from RIA Novosti
using Peter Österlund's chess engine CuckooChess and Bartosz Firyn's webcam capture code for motion detection and image grabbing [13]
Nona, the Chess-Playing Lego Robot, YouTube Video
World's smartest chess board is here! by Sagar Shah, ChessBase News, October 13, 2016
Chess Robot Full Video, YouTube Video


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