The OpenAI team developing artificially intelligent agents that can better play Dota 2 when the pros decided to open up access to amateur players to defy its technology. The result was predictable to anyone still excited by human intelligence. In 7,257 games between humans and the OpenAI Five, the AI won 4,075 games, the humans gave up 3,140 times (ie, they gave the defeat), and a meager 42 games ended with the AI defeat. That's a win rate of 99.4 percent.
After defeating the reigning Dota 2 team OG, the OpenAI developers were confident enough in the robustness of their agents to interact with laymen. In addition to a competitive human versus AI mode, the OpenAI team also allowed players to participate in cooperative teams where people were mixed with AI. This is possibly the most entertaining application for these far superior Dota AI players, and in fact people seemed to favor the cooperative option by playing more than 35,000 games in this mode.
The breaking superiority of OpenAI agents opens the eyes. It took more than six hours for a human team to win the 459th game. Only 22 out of 3,1
Now that the amateur challenge phase is over, the OpenAI team will review the data collected and use " Dota 2 as a research platform for further developing powerful AI systems."