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Poker-playing AI threatens to unseat a raft of Texas Hold'em champions

Poker-playing AI threatens to unseat a raft of Texas Hold'em champions That could all change come January 11 when a Carnegie Mellon poker-playing AI will face off against some of the best poker minds at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, PA.It’s become almost banal to speak of machine intelligence dethroning another board game hero, so what makes this poker tournament special?

Humans fold as AI comes up aces in poker competition

Humans fold as AI comes up aces in poker competition Backed by 600 nodes from the Pittsburgh Super Computer Center Bridge’s computer, Libratus played 200 hundred hours of poker over 20 days against four poker pros: Dong Kim, Jimmy Chou, Daniel McAulay and Jason Les.7 million chips (no actually payouts were made during this competition; the four human players split a $200,000 purse).

How a poker-playing AI could help prevent your next bout of the flu

How a poker-playing AI could help prevent your next bout of the flu You’d be forgiven for finding little exceptional about the latest defeat of an arsenal of poker champions by the computer algorithm Libratus in Pittsburgh last week.Peel back a layer though, and the most recent AI victory is as disturbing as it is compelling.

Can AI smart enough to play poker be weaponized without turning Terminator?

Can AI smart enough to play poker be weaponized without turning Terminator? The same groundwork that helps a computer excel at poker can be applied to all kinds of different scenarios.Unlike Go, a game where all information about the game state is known, Libratus had to contend with Poker, a game that revolves around incomplete information.

DeepStack AI running on a GTX 1080 gets the better of pro poker players

DeepStack AI running on a GTX 1080 gets the better of pro poker players In January 2017, an artificial intelligence known as Libratus managed to beat several professional Texas Hold’em poker players at their own game.Now, another group of researchers has published a paper detailing a system that’s similarly capable of beating high-level competition — and using an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, no less.