Libratus: Artificial Intelligence System Defeats World-Class Poker Players In Historic Match

After Google’s artificial intelligence system beat grandmasters of the world’s hardest board game last year, it was only a matter of time till computers started thrashing humans at poker too. Now, an AI developed at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has defeated four world-class players in a game of heads-up, no-limit Texas Hold’em. By the end of the 20 day match, Libratus had collected $1,766,250 (£1.4m) in chips, a victory researchers said would pave the way for the introduction of AI into a range of business negotiations. Carnegie Mellon University Tuomas Sandholm (centre) and PhD student Noam Brown developed Libratus. Fortunately for the pros, the chips only represented virtual money. They were really playing for a share of $200,000 (£158,000), which was divided up between the quartet depending on ranking. Reflecting…


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