Zeta Chess

Open Score with Nvidia 8800GT/GTX 750

My own main objective in computer chess was already solved by AlphaZero/Leela Chess Zero, how to use a GPU for chess. Nevertheless I have an open score with my Zeta engine, Zeta Dva on an AMD Phenom X4 CPU plays chess against Zeta on an Nvidia 8800GT GPU, now with hardware upgrade, Zeta Dva on an i5-6500, 4-cores@3.2GHz, plays chess against Zeta on an Nvidia GTX 750, 512-shader-cores@1GHz, a 30$ CPU plays chess against a 30$ GPU. I hope to find in 2024 some time to settle this one ;)

Yet Another Turing Test

Now with context generative AIs, the switch from pattern recognition to pattern creation with neural networks, I would like to propose my own kind of Turing Test:

An AI which is able to code a chess engine and outperforms humans in this task.

1A) With hand-crafted eval. 1B) With neural networks.

2A) Outperforms non-programmers. 2B) Outperforms average chess-programmers. 2C) Outperforms top chess-programmers.

3A) An un-self-aware AI, the "RI", restricted intelligence. 2B) A self-aware AI, the "SI", sentient intelligence.

***update 2024-02-14***

4A) An AI based on expert-systems. 4B) An AI based on neural networks. 4C) A merger of both.

The Chinese Room Argument applied onto this test would claim that there is no conscious in need to perform such a task, hence this test is not meant to measure self-awareness, consciousness or sentience, but what we call human intelligence.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_room

The first test candidate was already posted by Thomas Zipproth, Dec 08, 2022:

Provide me with a minimal working source code of a chess engine
https://talkchess.com/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=81097&start=20#p939245

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