Computer scientist Michael Bowling shows off a computer that controls Polaris, his artificial intelligence system that beat top poker players in Las Vegas last weekend.
Computer scientist Michael Bowling shows off a computer that controls Polaris, his artificial intelligence system that beat top poker players in Las Vegas last weekend. University of Alberta, Canada / MCT
Computer scientist Michael Bowling shows off a computer that controls Polaris, his artificial intelligence system that beat top poker players in Las Vegas last weekend. University of Alberta, Canada / MCT

Battle of chips: Computer beats human experts at poker

July 10, 2008 02:00 PM

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