In artificial intelligence, it's a milestone when a computer program can beat top players at a game like chess. So scientists tried a different experiment in which they put one bot up against a full table of pro players. But even though there's no fail-safe strategy to win, Brown says, Pluribus still outperforms the best humans. The bot was excellent at varying its strategy even when dealt the exact same hand, Elias says, "which is pretty tough to play against because you can't really pick up a pattern. Ultimately, Elias says Pluribus could spell the end of high-stakes online poker. Heard on All Things Considered. A bot named Pluribus crushed some of the world's best poker players using brash and unorthodox strategies. The bots will always be better than us.
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