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Open AI Bot Defeated Human Teams in 5v5 Dota 2 Games

OpenAI recently announced their latest bot, OpenAI Five, which was able to beat amateur human teams in 5v5 Dota 2 games. This happended in less than a year since last August, when OpenAI bot defeated the world’s best Dota 2 player in a 1v1 game.

The video shows an overview of their system and some example gameplay. Their goal is to beat a team of top professionals at The International in August subject only to a limited set of heroes.

OpenAI Five

Courtesy of OpenAI

For more details, please visit OpenAI's blog at https://blog.openai.com/openai-five.

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