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Troels Bjerre Lund: Poker-Playing Bots

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In early 2017, two independent research teams announced progress in artificial intelligence: Libratus from Carnagie Mellon University and DeepStack from University of Alberta. Computer programs are now able to beat the best human players in the two-player card game Heads-Up No Limit Texas’ Hold-Em Poker. 

But what are poker-playing bots? And how do they work work? 

In this podcast Thore Husfeldt talks to Associate Professor Troels Bjerre Lund, IT University of Copenhagen, a researcher in algorithmic game theory and a leading expert on artificial intelligence for poker. 

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Vincent F. Hendricks: Attention economics and truth in...

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Toby Walsh: Kidneys, Cars, and Killer Robots

613 views March 29, 2017

Toby Walsh is a leading researcher in artificial intelligence and a prolific populariser of...

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Olle Häggström: Science, Technology, and the Future of...

386 views June 29, 2017

Olle Häggström is a Professor of mathematical statistics at Chalmers University of Gothenburg,...