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OpenAI Bot Defeated The World's Best Dota 2 Player

The world’s best Dota 2 player Dendi was defeated by an artificial intelligence (AI) in a 1v1 game during Valve’s yearly Dota 2 tournament on August 11, 2017. The bot was developed by OpenAI, a non-profit AI research company that aims to promote and develop friendly AI to benefit humanity as a whole. 

By playing itself, the AI evolved from total randomness into a game-winning system that no human player can beat. OpenAI's next plan is to create a team of Dota 2 bots which can compete with the top human teams in a 5v5 game. With increasing complexity of 5v5 games, the team will need to further push the limits of AI.

For more information about OpenAI's Dota 2 bot, please visit https://blog.openai.com/dota-2/ and https://blog.openai.com/more-on-dota-2/.

OpenAI at The International 2017

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