Gian-Carlo Pascutto

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Gian-Carlo Pascutto (born 1982) is a Belgian computer programmer. He is the author of chess engine Sjeng and Go software Leela,[1] and the original author of the free and open-source Go software Leela Zero.[2][3]

He graduated from Hogeschool Gent in 2006, and has worked as a mobile platform engineer at Mozilla Corporation since 2011.

Pasutto is a native of Ninove.[4] He is married and has two children.[5]


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