Computer Chess Collection

Computer Chess Collection

The Computer Chess archive contains documents, photos, movies and oral histories relating to the history of computer chess from 1945 to 1997. The history of computer chess is a five-decade long quest to build a computer to play chess and ultimately challenge one of the best human players.

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Catalog contains over 91,958 records.

Result 101-120 of about 130

Ferranti Mark I computer

Still Image, 1950

1977 World Computer Chess Championship, Toronto, Canada
WGBH Media Library & Archives
Moving Image, 1978

Apple II computer
Computer History Museum
Still Image, 2003-06-24

Sargon Chess program
American Interactive Media
Software, 1990

Fidelity X chess computer at the 6th World Chess Championship in Edmonton, Alberta
Fidelity Electronics, Ltd
Still Image, 1989

Arlazarov, Ushkov, and Donskoy in Moscow

Still Image, 1980

Deep Thought II chess machine
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Still Image, 1989 ca.

Adelson-Velsky in Moscow

Still Image, 1980