Can Online Chess Overcome Cheating?
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Zoom (Link will be announced to participants)
Zoom Meeting to discuss how online chess can meet the scourge of cheating
FIDE is working on its anti-cheating policy which is expected to be published in June.
In this webinar, experts discuss the issues around cheating.
- How is cheating detected?
- How transparent must the process be?
- How can detection be automated?
- What is sufficient evidence of computer assistance?
- What behaviour is suspicious?
- What to do if you suspect your opponent of cheating?
- What are the safeguards against false accusations?
- What are the appeal processes?
- What if someone is not satisfied with the appeal outcome?
- What if there is not an appeal process?
- What sort of enforcement measures are fair?
- Does online chess need an ombudsman?
Hosted by Stefan Löffler, Editor, ChessTech
- Part One: One-on-one interviews with leading figures to cover a range of relevant aspects.
- Salomėja Zaksaitė, FIDE Anti-Cheating Commission
- Ken Regan, University at Buffalo, New York
- Part Two: Questions and Answers from the audience.
Organiser: Chess & Technology