Carnegie Mellon University has created another artificial intelligence bot to play against six top Chinese poker players in no-limit Texas Hold'em for a $290,000 winner-take-all challenge.
This time, fake chips are out of the equation - time for some real money at stake!
Right after crushing four of the best poker pros in a momentous January heads-up no-limit hold'em contest that featured more t[...] Read more » Chinese Players versus updated Poker AI for $290K prize
Joined: May '08
Age: 37 (M)
there is nothing really to be scared of lady from the wonderful lands deeply covered with cows manure called lithuania. ai will not come after you, because it will first test it self out on guinea pigs and then move over to ordinary pigs... so for a foreseeable timeframe we are safe, at least until we run out of pigs...
I personally think that artificial intelligence will be unbeatable in the long term, so we simple poker players have to limit our games to smaller buyin tournaments or try to play live poker more. This is not a trend I enjoy, burner have to adapt to the situation as best as we can.
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 41 (M)
and it is imperative that a machine can face the human that builds it is a very interesting thing and makes us think until when it will be safe to play oline without being exploited by these logarithms constructed by the man to hit the man himself