Misha Donskoy at the World Computer Chess Championship in Stockholm
Title: Misha Donskoy at the World Computer Chess Championship in Stockholm
Photographer: Newborn, Monroe
Size: 1177 KB
Date: 1974
Credit Line: Gift of Monroe Newborn
Accession: 102645348
In 1971, Soviet scientists Vladimir Arlazarov, Alexander Ushkov, and Mikhail Donskoy at Moscow’s Institute for Control Science, created the chess program Kaissa. In 1974, Kaissa won all four games at the First World Computer Chess Championship in Stockholm. The World Computer Chess Championship is held every three years.