Monthly Archives: June 2021

Playing Chess in the Age of AlfaZero

Chess is a fascinating game that hasn’t lost its appeal even after the strongest human player of the time was finally defeated by a computer. I refer to the historical 1997 face-off between Garry Kasparov and IBM’s Deep Blue. In … Continue reading

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My First Cyber-Fiction Book

Twenty years ago, in 2001, I published my first book.  It was about computer data storage and took me over 6 months to write. My child was just one year old then but, with the full support of my wife, … Continue reading

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