Tag: chess puzzles
Convolutional network (again)
With time on my hands I have returned to working on an old project – attempting to build a convolutional network that will solve chess puzzles. (A convolutional network is a type of neural network – a modelled ‘artificial intelligence’ that can be used to detect patterns or undertake similar tasks.) Here I am not…
Giving up on the convolutional network?
For almost three months now I have been trying to build and train a convolutional network that will recognise chess puzzles: but I don’t feel I am any closer to succeeding with it than I was at the start of September and so I wonder if I should just give up. The network itself is…
Conv-nets are hard
Months ago I started work on a convolutional neural network to recognise chess puzzles. This evening after mucking about with the learning phase for weeks I thought I had scored a breakthrough – that magic moment when, during learning, a tracked value suddenly flips from the wrong result to the right one. Brilliant, I thought…