Karpov has recently made comments about Anand's current playing style being more computer-like (allegedly). This has been discussed at the excellent chessblog by Susan Polgar (and specific article link). The most useful comment for me was that by KWRegan which I enclose below.
I have previously blogged (here) about Sullivan's excellent research (link) and very much look forward to seeing the results of Regan's analysis. The idea of analysing the effects of dynamic play, as measured by problems set for an opponent, is an interesting one. Dynamic play is likely to increase the effect of performance psychology, time pressure, and possibly the Einstellung (set) effect. To me, dynamic play is what makes chess a sport.
Tags: Anand - Computers - Creativity - Karpov - Sullivan