A chess board set to become part of the 2020 Olympic Games will be the latest piece of technology to be added to the Games’ legacy.
The technology is being developed by an unnamed European technology company, which is also developing chess-like artificial intelligence technology for other Olympic venues.
It will be installed in Rio de Janeiro, Los Angeles and Beijing, where the 2024 games will be held.
The new board will be similar to a chess board, but it will be built using a combination of sensors, cameras and software to measure and analyse movement.
It is expected that it will not only be able to predict and adjust play, but also to monitor players’ movements.
It’s a game of skill, but the system will also have the capacity to react to other factors, such as weather conditions or players’ age.
It is likely that the technology will be used for both public and private games.
It was not immediately clear how the board would be built.
A spokesperson for the German company said it would be designed with the aid of a 3D printer, and would be made available for download to anyone in the world who wanted to try out its potential.
The board, which will be able, the spokesperson added, was already on display at the European Chess Championships, a tournament that is scheduled to take place in Barcelona in May.
The system will be capable of taking pictures of its surroundings, for instance by using sensors on its board, and also analysing the movement of its opponents.
It could also analyse its surroundings to assess its position in the game.
In some ways, it is similar to the way that human athletes perform during the Games, when they take photographs of themselves to measure their fitness and to analyse their performances.
But it is still unclear how much of the human brain is being used for these purposes.
The gameboard will also be able “to provide feedback to players via audio or visual signals, so that players can decide whether to move forward or backwards”, the spokesperson said.
The company, however, declined to reveal how much the board will cost.
A spokeswoman for the International Olympic Committee said it had no comment on the news.
The IOC said in a statement that it had not seen any details of the technology being used.
“We are working with the development partners to ensure the board’s functionality and will continue to monitor its development and integration,” it said.