Of course a venture capitalist was no match for CMU’s updated poker playing AI

 Libratus, Carnegie Mellon’s poker playing AI is damn good. It easily routed four of the world’s best poker players back in January over 120,000 hands of No-Limit Texas Hold-um. So it comes as no surprise that a team of venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and engineers playing against Lengpudashi, Libratus’ bigger, badder brother, would face a similar fate. Plot twist:… Read More

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