We've already reported on this event several times, but now that it's officially over we can put it to bed: Komodo 9.3 is the winner of the eighth season of the TCEC (Top Chess Engine Championship), winning with surprising ease against Stockfish (021115), 53.5-46.5. There were, as usual, a LOT of draw - 89 of them - which means that in terms of decisive games Komodo beat Stockfish 9-2.
Komodo's rating (and Stockfish's too, on TCEC) is above 3200. This is obviously well beyond the range of even the finest carbon-based chess players in the world, but how would Komodo fare against, say, a 32-piece tablebase? (I would say "against God", but divine omniscience extends beyond the ability to play "perfect" chess - God could choose among the equally "perfect" options those which would be hardest for Komodo to handle.) One might think that such a question is not only unanswerable with any specificity, but unanswerable period. Not being able to play perfectly ourselves, who knows?
I'm not sure that Ken Regan knows, but he has offered some of his musing on the topic, and he suspects that the rating of a perfect player may be around 3600. We'll see!