I've read a couple of articles discussing the impact of AI on professional Go, the second one being a reply to the first one:
Impact of Go AI on the professional Go world
Impact of Go AI on the professional Go world, Response
Some quotes from the first article:
The second important change I see is the professional players’ race to
learn from AI. (...) it’...
There's a fundamental problem that the rules of bridge are not well-defined for computers. Specifically, the rules require that partnerships communicate their agreements - including implicit agreements arising from experience playing with their partner - to their opponents. No one has really figured out what it means for a computer to communicate its ...