Facebook with Carnegie Mellon, developed an AI-based software called Pluribus

Facebook with Carnegie Mellon, developed an AI-based software called Pluribus capable of beating some of the world’s best poker players. It’s a major milestone for artificial intelligence (AI) research, which has been working toward this for decades. The breakthrough will have implications for AI in fields with limited access to knowledge, from betting to negotiations. Note: This is bad. You can’t bluff anymore, AI will detect it. Watch this video. https://lnkd.in/gb3kGSE

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