In a Pittsburgh Casino, AI is Beating Poker Champions
Katherine Arcement, The Washington Post
The night before his newest poker competition was set to begin, Carnegie Mellon’s Tuomas Sandholm and his PhD student Noam Brown sat down to play a little No Limit Texas Hold’em against the main competition: the artificial intelligence program they designed called “Libratus.”
“I was totally wrecked,” Sandholm told The Washington Post. The machine destroyed him. But he is not a serious poker player, so that’s not such a big achievement.
For the past 13 days, however, Libratus has been...Continue reading...