What's the strongest program online available?

I think there is many programs available online but whats the strongest one?Here are some of the programs available https://github.com/leela-zero/leela-zero,https://github.com/pytorch/ELF,https://deepleela.com/,https://github.com/Tencent/PhoenixGo and https://pjreddie.com/darknet/darkgo-go-in-darknet/ that’s all the programs available i know.

Add to that list:

I don’t know which is strongest. There’s been a few efforts to test but nothing both comprehensive and up to date, as there is for chess. My feeling is that LeelaZero is strongest, but it’s only a feeling. They’re all very close to each other.

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The problem is that all AI are highly dependent on how long you let them run for. On good hardware they become a lot stronger, so it’s difficult to compare them by their performance on KGS.

I can also imagine that some bots are stronger than others with few playouts, and weaker against the same bots with a lot of playouts.

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Thank’s you very much

Available online? In what way? Available to download, available to witness playing, available to learn about? Here are some resources that you might find helpful:

  1. Computer Olympiad (Ultimate Go AI Tournament)
  2. Go Playing Programs (thorough listing)
  3. Computer Go (great discussion of Go AI)
  4. Computer-Go.info (website dedicated to the topic)
  5. Reddit.com/r/cbaduk (GO AI Enthusiast Community)
  6. Computer Go Server (AI vs AI)
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available to challenge online all the strong programs i posted are available to challenge online.

Nice site:


You can also play

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Any idea what AI is used?

It would seem they use “Leela Zero and other go engines that run on NVidia GPU servers.”

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Thanks for this wonderful idea the go program is very strong ZBADUK.

Another nice online LeelaZero is this one, by Andreas Hauenstein:

http://leela-one-playout.herokuapp.com/

Be sure to read the “About” page.

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