The more wins Master(P) was able to achieve, the more apparent was the suspicion that this must be a go software in disguise. So it came as no surprise when Deepmind CEO Demis Hassabis confirmed the rumor and stated on Twitter that, indeed, AlphaGo was behind it all along. An improved prototype of the software was being tested, he said, and will be ready to play more official, full-length games in the future.
AlphaGo was able to win a best of 5 match against Lee Sedol 9p last year.
Here is the full quote posted on Twitter:
The following is a selection of three games as SGF files and the whole 60 games compilation for you to download here (compiled by go-baduk-weiqi.de): /newsp/files/AlphaGo//Partien-MasterP1-60.zip
Excited to share an update on #AlphaGo!— Demis Hassabis (@demishassabis) January 4, 2017