Machine tries to beat the world's best poker players
Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University have created an artificial intelligence program that plays Heads-up No-limit Texas Hold'em.
The program, named Claudico, is currently playing against several of the world's best poker players across a two-week period that will involve tens of thousands of hands.
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett spoke to those behind the project as well as to one of the world's best Texas Hold'em poker players.
06 May 2015
- From the section Technology