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Artificial intelligence won a landslide victory over the best players in the poker

At the beginning of 2017 we started an unusual experiment poker: artificial intelligence had to compete with the best players in the world. Despite the good start of the experiment to AI, the best poker players do not want to give up, but all their attempts were in vain: the artificial intelligence was on several "heads" above their rivals alive. Landslide victory won Libratus system developed by specialists from the University of Carnegie - Mellon University. During the tournament «Brains Vs. Artificial Intelligence: Upping the Ante », held from 11 to 30 January 2017 in Pittsburgh based on Rivers Casino, Libratus played over 120 hands in Texas Hold'em, and won 1766 amounted $ 250. The number of gaming options in the game of Texas Hold'em - more than 10 in 160 degree. Calculate the number of combinations is the strength is not each computer. What can we say about a man! Developers Libratus Thomas Sendholm Noam and Brown say they "have demonstrated the possibility of creating artificial intelligence, able to draw conclusions and make strategic decisions based on incomplete information, than previously thought, possessed only people. The computer will not be able to win in poker, if he is not able to effectively bluff. Creation of artificial intelligence, capable of such a huge step in the field of information technology. It is likely that due to such abilities your smartphone in the near future he will be able to negotiate the seller the best price on a new car. Furthermore, the system and is capable of self-learning. After the match Libratus perform a thorough analysis of each stage of the game is determined by its effectiveness and make appropriate adjustments to its own set of policies. And after a while we even noticed a significant reduction in the load on our supercomputer. "