Games Help Trace the Progress of AI

“Considering this, an AI called Libratus made the next breakthrough in artificial intelligence research by beating the best players at Texas Hold ‘Em poker. Developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon, Libratus showed that AI can compete with humans in situations where it has access to partial information. Libratus used several AI techniques to learn poker and improve its gameplay as it examined the tactics of its human opponents. Real-time video games are the next frontier for AI, and OpenAI isn’t the only organization involved in the field. Facebook has tested teaching AI to play the real-time strategy game StarCraft, and DeepMind has developed an AI that can play the first-person shooter game Quake III. Each game presents its own set of challenges, but the common denominator is that all of them present the AI with environments where they have to make decisions in real time and with incomplete information. Moreover, they give AI an arena where it can test its might against a team of opponents and learn teamwork itself.  For now, no one had developed AI that can beat professional players. But the very fact that AI is competing with humans at such complex games shows how far we’ve come in the field.”


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