It is very difficult to learn from a Go-playing program such as Leela or Crazy Stone.
The most accessible Go programs, like GNU Go and Fuego, do not use deep learning algorithms. Their chosen moves suffer from bad style and weaknesses in the algorithms, such as not being able to read out a difficult capture race with confidence.
Even if you use one of the more modern strong engines, the program cannot explain good and bad moves in human terms, because it uses its own very different methods of reasoning.
To extract insights from computer evaluations is a separate skill that you have to learn.
I am not saying that you cannot use a playing program to analyse a position or get a review.
But I want to encourage you to prefer pre-made problem collections and reviews from human teachers.
Maybe this list of Study Assistance Software can be a starting point for you to find a program for your needs. You’ll have it easier if you budget some money to spend on it.