Artificial Intelligence Turns Into 000 in Kentucky Derby Bet

An artificial intelligence platform that has previously predicted the winners of the Oscars and the Superbowl has now won the “holy grail” of gambling: The Kentucky Derby Superfecta. The human-based artificial intelligence—called UNU—predicted the first, second, third and fourth horses in the Derby at 540-1 odds, earning the technology’s inventor Louis Rosenberg $10,842 from a $20 dollar bet. Try Newsweek: Subscription offers “When I saw the horses cross the line, I knew I was witnessing a milestone in the predictive abilities of AI, as well as a harbinger to future changes in how the world views sports gambling,” Rosenberg tells Newsweek. Louis Rosnberg’s winning betting slip for the Kentucky Derby Superfecta. Louis Rosnberg UNU uses a unique form of artificial intelligence called swarm intelligence that aims to amplify rather than…


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