The World’s Best ‘DOTA 2’ Players Are No Match For A Bot: What Does This Mean For The Future Of AI?

“In a blog post by OpenAI, the startup revealed that a bot it created has beaten some of the world’s best players in DOTA 2, a multiplayer online battle arena from Valve” writes Tech Times for The fear of the AI system evolving into Skynet has since been debunked, but combined with the DOTA 2-playing OpenAI bot, we can’t help but wonder what the future holds for the technology.With its victory over Dendi, the DOTA 2-playing AI remains unbeaten against many top professional players, including SumaiL, the world’s top 1-on-1 player, and Arteezy, the world’s top overall player.A bot created by OpenAI, an artificial intelligence startup backed by Tesla CEO and visionary Elon Musk, could be the new best DOTA 2 player in the world, as the world’s top human players have so far been no match for it.Musk tweeted that the OpenAI bot was the first one to defeat the world’s best eSports players, with a game that is more complex than traditional board games such as chess and Go.

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