OpenAI Bot Remains Undefeated against World's Greatest Dota 2 Players


OpenAI took the stage at the Dota 2 International Championship yesterday.

The MOBA is one of the most popular video games in all of competitive eSports, but no matter how good the best squishy humans are at the game, it seems OpenAI is better.

The next big step for the project is to create a team of five that can compete against a full squad at next year's global, according to OpenAI.

Artificial intelligence company Open AI has created a bot that is taking down top Dota 2 players at The International 2017.

An OpenAI bot has beaten some of the world's greatest Dota 2 players. Sumail, also a TechJuice 25 under 25, is one of the Time Magazine's top 30 influential teenagers.

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"This bot isn't like anything you've ever played against". OpenAI describes it as "a step towards building AI systems which accomplish well-defined goals in messy, complicated situations involving real humans". In the first game he was able to defeat the enemy within 10 minutes. The same results continued second time, forcing Dendi to surrender.

Earlier artificial intelligence was won by players and fans. Although AI's action-per-minute was found to be in comparison to the average human player skill level, it was able to slowly able to learn from the mistakes and develop intuitive skills to beat even the best in the game. Right now, the company had just developed one single bot.

There is no doubt that the milestone achieved by the bot is astonishing, however, what's particularly impressive about this feat is that winning in Dota requires players to have an intuition about what their opponents are thinking about doing and then build a corresponding game plan accordingly.

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