[Computer-go] Deep Zen vs Cho Chikun -- Round 3

Michael Markefka michael.markefka at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 17:39:44 PST 2016


That sounds very promising. Any chance some of the improvements will filter
down into the current commercial version in the form of update patches?

On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 11:03 PM, Hideki Kato <hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp>
wrote:

> Thanks David.
>
> It's now.
>
> In the same afternoon, Zen vs Yonil Ha 6p was played on KGS as a part
> of Neyagawa Igo Shogi Festival in Neyagawa city, Osaka, Japan.
> (Zen19X vs neyagawa. The time was set 4 hours to avoid KGS's time
> control and actually a move was played in 30s).
>
> This Zen ran on a dual Xeon server with one nVidia GTX-1080 in my
> room.  I ran seven threads.  This shows recent Zen on a PC with a
> highend GPU is enough to beat pro at short-time settings.
>
> Also, Zen on a dual-core laptop (ThinkPad X250; Core i7 5600U at 2.6 GHz)
> beat a pro a few times in personal trials (also fast games).
>
> Hideki
>
> David Fotland: <06c901d245a8$d41405f0$7c3c11d0$@smart-games.com>:
> >Congratulations to Zen for playing so well against a strong pro. It won't
> >be long until anyone can get a pro strength go program that runs on their
> >ordinary PC.
> >
> >David
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