What software application do you think that does not exist? I'm a programmer and I would like to implement it to help the Chess world. Thanks in advance to those who give me good ideas.
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I don't know if it already exists, but a cell phone app to scan diagrams and chess notation from books and then store the information in a database in a re-playable format would be handy.
I'll give some nice applications, but I'm not sure if you'll have the skills...
- Automatically annotate a chess game with natural language processing, like how a human coach would do. I'm not talking about a blunder check, but a full annotated game.
- Port Komodo or Houdini to the iOS platform
- A website that can analyze a chess website (eg: Chessbase), extract the diagrams and give back analysis
- A website that I can analyze a chess position in FEN. There're several that can do that, but they are very limited. I'm looking for a complete package like Chessbase.
- Given a single chess game, estimate the ELO rating
- Extend deep learning and use it to make a new engine that can consistently beat Stockfish
- A chess engine that can speak and coach you for chess
- Train a convolutional deep neutral network that can recognize a board position in a YouTube video (Google can already do that for face detection)
A program that can convert PDF chess book files to PGN or CBH format.