Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University announced Thursday that their program defeated a group of top pros in six-player no-limit Texas hold ‘em. Photo: Reuters

Artificial intelligence program ‘Pluribus’ beats professionals in six-player Texas hold ‘em poker

  • Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, with Facebook’s AI initiative, announced their program had beatthe world’s best poker players
  • AI programs have already beat us humans at draughts, chess, Go and two-player poker. But never multiplayer
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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University announced Thursday that their program defeated a group of top pros in six-player no-limit Texas hold ‘em. Photo: Reuters
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