I had the fantastic opportunity to give a talk about the history of chess computation before a showing of the indie film Computer Chess. This was done in collaboration with Science on Screen, a series that hosts lectures related to a topic before a science-themed movie.
For those interested, the slides from the talk can be found below:
Thanks so much for Mikayla Nicholson from the Pickford Film Center in Bellingham, Washington for inviting me to do the talk. It was a lot of fun to research!
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