AI poker Lengpudashi

It looks likes Human Intelligence stand nowhere near Artificial Intelligences, Because after Chess and Go, an Artificial Intelligence called “Lengpudashi” beat humans in Poker and won the grand prize of $290,000.

This is the second time in this year when an AI Beat pro Poker player in their game, Professor Tuomas Sandholm and Ph.D. student Noam Brown went China for Five days Poker competition to test the latest version of their AI against Alan Du and Five team members of professional Poker players.

The earlier version of this AI program called “Libratus” beat four world’s best poker player in 20-days game in January.

Unlike Go, Chess or any other that AI plays these days Pocker is little complex than those games Because you don’t see your opponent’s hand in poker. Poker has complex betting and bluffing techniques that present a completely different challenge than games like chess or Go. In Chess and Go all the pieces are clearly visible on the playing board.

“People have a misunderstanding of what computers and people are each good at. People think that bluffing is very human — it turns out that’s not true,” said Noam Brown

“A computer can learn from experience that if it has a weak hand and it bluffs, it can make more money.”, said, Noam Brown, co-developer of Libratus.

Also Read: Will Artificial Intelligence Take Over The World?

We have a long way to go and see what Artificial Intelligence are capable of, let’s just hope we won’t face any scenario like movie Terminator. 😉