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Artificial Intelligence to Challenge Poker Players Again Jan 08, 2017 · The new poker-playing software Libratus was developed by the professor Tuomas Sandholm of Carnegie Mellon University and Noam Brown, a Ph. D. Student. Sandholm, Brown, and the team behind Libratus used the information from the 2015 Brains vs. Artificial Intelligence match to build an improved AI version. Cache flush: AI poker bot to compete against top players Jan 06, 2017 · Poker is the next game for AI to beat. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed Libratus, a computer program that will go head to head with top poker … Libratus Schooling Pros in Brains vs - "Libratus" Up $700,000 After 71,512 Hands Published on January 24th, 2017 2:15 am EST In 2015, a group of heads-up poker pros defeated computer player "Claudico" in the first "Brains vs AI" challenge. Brains vs AI: Professional Poker Players Dominated by

"Brains vs. AI" Poker Competition

Feb 10, 2017 ... All told, Libratus won by more than 1.7 million (virtual) dollars, and — just like that — the second Brains vs. AI competition came to a close. Top poker pros face off vs. artificial intelligence -

Feb 2, 2017 ... Online superbot Libratus beat a group of four pros in the 'Brains vs. AI' challenge. James Guill gives 5 reasons why this "win" is just a blip on ...

Brains vs AI: Professional Poker Players Dominated by The 'Brains vs Artificial Intelligence' no-limit hold'em tournament featured 80,000 hands between some of the greatest professional poker players and Libratus, the latest Artificial Intelligence from the minds at Carnegie Mellon University. Libratus absolutely dominated the heralded players which included Dong Kim, Jason Les and Daniel McAulay to name a few. Brains vs. AI: Upping the Ante Challenge Not A Game For AI Jan 09, 2017 · In April of 2015, a four man team of the world’s top poker professionals that consisted of Doug Polk, Bjorn Li, Dong Kim, and Jason Les took on then-most powerful Heads Up No-Limit Hold’em playing bot, Claudico, in the inaugural Brains vs. AI competition.It was a highly publicized 80,000 hand match that was held at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, PA and open to the public. Top 10 Stories of 2017, #10: Computer Beats Poker Pros in

All In: Artificial Intelligence Beats the World's Best Poker Players

How an AI took down four world-class poker pros ... and — just like that — the second Brains vs. AI competition came to a close. To understand what these players were up against and what makes ... Doug Polk - I came across this analysis of the Brains vs ...