[Computer-go] Deep Zen vs Cho Chikun -- Round 3
hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp
Wed Nov 23 19:56:03 PST 2016
Unfortunately, in Japanese software market, unlike Western, patches
are provided almost only for bug fixes, not updating.
Michael Markefka: <CAJg7PAPh3UoK3Nkcpo80rkvfC3pqosn5GM_qVrvgCa8wemYH=g at mail.gmail.com>:
>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>
>> 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).
>> David Fotland: <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> >Congratulations to Zen for playing so well against a strong pro. It
>> >be long until anyone can get a pro strength go program that runs on
>> >ordinary PC.
>> Hideki Kato <mailto:hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp>
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