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Battle Against Rivers Casino's Poker Professionals

Doug Kim, Jason Les, Jimmy Choo, and Daniel McAuley, the world's top professional poker players, will have a showdown with artificial intelligence developed by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) to determine if computers can beat humans, one of the world's most difficult poker games.

"Brainz vs. AI: Up the Ante" is a 20-day event featuring head-ups of the world's top four professional poker players against a new CMU program called Libratus, and 120,000 hands of unlimited Texas Holdham poker players.

The artificial intelligence program was developed by Professor Tuomas Sandholm and Ph.D. student Noam Brown at the top graduate school of computer science in the United States. Livatus has new ideas and is built with far more calculations than any previous PokerBot. Livatus led humans ahead of computers in the first Brain vs. AI tournament in 2015 at the Rivers Casino. The CMU team is confident about the possibility of a rematch of Livatus, but anyone's guess as to whether a person or machine can lead the competition, bluster, or deceive remains.
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Monday, January 22, 2024

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