Playing Chess With Computers
By MortazaviBlog on Jun 23, 2005
Computers continue to do very well in playing chess against humans, even grand masters, and I have continued to wonder how much of the fun of the game will be left.
Rustam Kasimdzhanov, the reigning champion of the World Chess Federation, shares why he thinks it is important to compete against computers: "Sports are not about reaching a result. Sport is about developing your inner qualities."
By the way, the name Rustam has its own history.