AlphaZero vs. Stockfish

DeepMind's AlphaZero is a general purpose artificial intelligence system that with only the rules of the game and hours of playing games against itself was able to reach super-human levels of play in chess, shogi and Go. Round 1 features the sample 10 games published in December 2017, from a 100-game match against Stockfish. The Round 2 and 3 games were published in a paper in Science in December 2018. The Round 2 games were played from the starting position, while the first moves of the Round 3 games are taken from the 2016 TCEC World Computer Championship openings before AlphaZero and Stockfish begin playing for themselves. More info

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