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AI beats top 'Dota 2' players in one-on-one matches

12 Août 2017

Elon Musk may be terrified of artificial intelligence (AI) and spreading a message of AI-led doom, but that hasn't stopped him from funding companies that are developing advanced AI.

The bot kept playing until it's skill level reached that of the world's best Dota 2 players, he added.

Elon Musk reached to Twitter to reveal the cause of his excitement while he also compared the Dota 2's complexity with Chess and Go.

"This guy is scary", Dendi repeated during play as the bot whittled down his health. And it doesn't take too long to learn, either; OpenAI's creation can beat regular Dota 2 bots after an hour of learning, and beat the best humans after just two weeks.

Open AI said the 1v1 bot has learned from playing against itself in lifetimes worth of matches.

Before the battle kicked off, Dendi greeted the screaming crowd at Seattle Center's Keyarena, where the competition was hosted, wearing a hooded white robe and playfully boxing the air.

Dendi's thoughts upon the OpenAI bot were interesting, and he noted that the AI "feels a little bit like a human, but at the same time it's something else".

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The bot went up against famous midlaners Danil "Dendi" Ishutin, Syed "Sumail" Hassan, and Artour "Arteezy" Babaev in three mid-only Shadow Fiend mirror matches.

A video introduction for the bot showed various (human) Dota 2 players sharing their opinions on bots.

"I am sure it is possible to beat it".

Artificial intelligence took a step forward last night, at an annual tournament for players of the tactical wargame Defense of the Ancients 2.

In a subsequent tweet Brockman mentions that OpenAI is now working towards Dota 5v5 and is hiring.

"Would like to express our appreciation to Microsoft for use of their Azure cloud computing platform", he wrote.

AI beats top 'Dota 2' players in one-on-one matches