OpenAI developed AI-controlled bots that can now defeat humans in 5-on-5 "Dota 2" matches. Known as OpenAI Five, this year's The International bots will feature the best "Dota 2" players in the world.
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The San Francisco-based OpenAI developed bots that now defeat humans in 5-on-5 team competitions in the popular strategy game Dota 2 setting a milestone in artificial intelligence research.
Al algorithms work independently of each other, so this is considered an important breakthrough because OpenAI was able to work the algorithms together to beat their human opponents.
OpenAI bots beat people in & # 39; Dota 2 & # 39; Team Matches
OpenAI, an artificial intelligence startup backed by Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, launched an AI-operated bot last year at The International, the largest annual Dota 2 tournament , He offered himself and won against Danil Ishutin, popularly known as Dendi, and is considered one of the best Dota 2 players in the world, in 1
Nearly a year later, OpenAI is back in the algorithmic A team, which the research lab calls the OpenAI Five. Similar to last year's bot at The International, each OpenAI Five algorithm uses a neural network that not only learns to play Dota 2 but also collaborates with its AI team members. OpenAI – an official blog post – revealed that the OpenAI Five are playing 180 years of games against themselves each day. This intense training has allowed the Bots team to defeat Dota 2 teams consisting of amateur players in .
OpenAI will close the circle in a few months when the OpenAI Five will challenge the best Dota 2 teams at this year's The International
Artificial Intelligence in Video Games
Why do researchers teach artificial intelligence, to play video games from all sorts of tasks? The reason is simple: when AI systems are able to learn the skills needed to play video games, they can use those skills to solve real problems. Some of these issues, such as managing groups of people or determining the fastest solution, are similar to what players experience in video games.
It also helps that Mastering Dota 2 is a challenging task for AI. Chess and Go, board games that have seen their fair share of AI applications, can end up in less than 40 or 150 moves. Meanwhile, bots in a 45-minute match Dota 2 must make 20000 moves.
"As long as the AI can explore it, it will learn enough time," said Open Chief Technology Officer Greg Brockman said Quartz. If artificial intelligence can learn to play Dota 2 well enough to beat people, then the potential for this technology is limitless.
The milestone of AI systems, the OpenAI Five, opens up a wide range of applications for the technology. AI algorithms may work together to complete tasks even faster, and may even work with people to achieve goals.
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