As Gary Kasparov prepares for another man vs. machine match against a new silicon opponent, Deep Junior, analysts argue over whether the basic arguments of chess as art will imply that computers have evolved into artists as our silicon friends master the game and surpass human skill and "intuition". However, not all people believe that solving chess confers artistic merit. Says one analyst, "If computers do ever solve chess it would ruin it artistically. Those endgames that computers have solved sometimes take so many moves that the ideas behind them are at times hard to follow. That is not beautiful. It is just incomprehensible." SO the question remains, if a computer, whether through gaming, or other form of expression, creates art, IS it art?