How AI beat the best poker players in the world | Engadget R+D

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“That was anticlimactic,” Jason Les said with a smirk, getting up from his seat. Unlike nearly everyone else in Pittsburgh’s Rivers Casino, Les had just played his last few hands against an artificially intelligent opponent on a computer screen. After his fellow players — Daniel McAulay next to him and Jimmy Chou and Dong Kim in an office upstairs — eventually did the same, they started to commiserate. The consensus: That AI was one hell of a player.

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10 thoughts on “How AI beat the best poker players in the world | Engadget R+D

  1. It’s only a matter of time before A.I. realizes how much of a threat we are to other life on this planet and takes us out.

    love it! Our species really is useless and full of nothing but destructive tendencies.

  2. Behind Libratus there is a real person. You can his picture on the top-left of the screen at 10:44

  3. Ten hours a day for twenty days? Against a computer? That's loveing stupid. How do you expect to get accurate results from the challenge when the humans are brain dead halfway thru the contest?

  4. If u guys wanna know more about imperfect information games read: Thomas, L. C. (2003). Games, Theory and Applications. Mineola N.Y.: Dover Publications.

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