Computers can now challenge — and beat — professional poker players at Texas hold 'em

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 20:31 in Mathematics & Economics

First they figured out how to play checkers and backgammon. Then they mastered chess, Go, “Jeopardy!” and even a few Atari video games. Now computers can challenge humans at the poker table — and win. DeepStack, a software program developed at the University of Alberta’s Computer Poker Research...

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