Go software
There is an abundance of go software available to support players of the game of Go. This includes software programs that play Go themselves, programs that can be used to view and/or edit game records...
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Computer Go
Computer Go is the field of artificial intelligence (AI) dedicated to creating a computer program that plays Go, a traditional board game.
Go has long been considered a difficult challenge in the ...
Internet Go server
An Internet Go server is a server that allows players of the game of Go to play against other players online. The two fundamental types of Go server are real-time servers and turn-based servers.
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KGS Go Server
The KGS Go Server, known until 2006 as the Kiseido Go Server, is a game server first developed in 1999 and established in 2000 for people to play Go. The system was developed by William M. Shubert an...
IGS Go server
The IGS, short for Internet Go Server, also known as Pandanet, located in Tokyo, Japan, is a server that allows players of the game of Go to observe and play against others over the Internet. Started ...
Hikarunix
Hikarunix is a Linux distribution in Live CD format for the x86 architecture. It was based on Damn Small Linux. The name is a portmanteau of the name of the manga and anime series Hikaru no Go and the...
Hikarunix - Wikipedia
Crazy Stone (software)
Crazy Stone is a Go playing engine, developed by Rémi Coulom. It is one of the first computer Go programs to utilize a modern variant of the Monte-Carlo tree search. It is part of the Computer Go effo...
GNU Go
GNU Go is a free software program by the Free Software Foundation that plays Go. Its source code is quite portable, and can be easily compiled for Linux, as well as other Unix-like systems, Microsoft ...
GNU Go - Wikipedia