How Garry Kasparov Learned to Stop Worrying and Love AI
The first chess master to get pwned by an artificial intelligence isn’t worried about AI pwning humanity.
Can Man Ultimately Take on 'The Machine' in Chess, or Anywhere?
'The Machine' revisits the time a supercomputer beat a champion chess player, amid anxiety that the same fate would befall us all.
'Computer Chess' Co-Star Wiley Wiggins on His Favorite Hardware, Software, and Games
I Shot a New Hit Movie on a 1969 Video Camera
I have shot movies for Andrew Bujalski in the boxy 1.33:1 aspect ratio, or on grainy 16mm black and white negative before. But “Computer Chess” is our most extreme technical experiment so far.
Lost in a Loop: A Chat with Andrew Bujalski About 'Computer Chess' and Other Things
The director tells me he has, among other things, "little conscious memory of how any of these pieces started to fit together."
When Gadgets Were Huge: The Great 80s Computers of "Computer Chess"
Long before machines could outperform their fleshy human counterparts in an ever-growing number of tasks—in a space no bigger than a fleshy hand—computers were huge. Literally, huge.