Few of us are 18-year-old Go world champions, but most of us can play chess against an AI program that visualises what the computer is thinking. The viewer makes the first move. When it's the AI's turn, the computer sketches out possible moves (often several steps in the future) on the screen before it makes its decision. Orange curves represent the computer's possible moves, green ones are moves the viewer could make, with the brighter lines being the best moves.
Play Chess Against A Computer And See What It's Thinking
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