Artificial intelligence wrecks poker pros to stack up a profit of 800,000

Get the Full StoryIn yet another episode of man versus machine, an artificial intelligence developed by Carnegie Melon University has been absolutely dismantling a team of professional poker players, accumulating a staggering lead of almost 800,000. The showdown takes place as part of the Brains vs. Artificial Intelligence competition which pits a group of four poker pros against the crafty supercomputer Libratus in a heads-up game of No-Limit Texas Hold em slated to continue for 120,000 hands. Since January 11 when the contest initially kicked off, the players have now passed the midway point of the the race, having completed almost 65,000 hands in total. What is more intriguing is that so far This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Intel