Apr 11, 2017

Poker match shows off Pittsburgh’s artificial intelligence dominance in China

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The humans never had a chance.

As expected, the latest poker-playing bot powered by an artificial intelligence designed by a duo from Carnegie Mellon University beat a team of some of the best poker players in China.

Lengpudashi, the AI developed by Professor Tuomas Sandholm and Noam Brown, a graduate student at CMU, finished five days of Heads-Up, No-Limit Texas Hold’em with nearly $800,000 in chips and walked away with $290,000.

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