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OpenAI Bot Triumphant Playing Dota 2

"And now, we want to see how it stacks up against the best players in the world".

The parameters for victory are simple - the first player to get two kills or destroy a tower (a key building) wins.

This one from Open AI - a nonprofit artificial intelligence research firm known mainly for its backing by serial entrepreneur Elon Musk, of Tesla and SpaceX fame - is a different story, and possibly a cautionary one. And it doesn't take too long to learn, either; OpenAI's creation can beat regular Dota 2 bots after an hour of learning, and beat the best humans after just two weeks. It had announced putting its AI against the top human competitors. OpenAI stated that its AI had been performing at the championship and it has already defeated the Pakistan-based gamer Sumail (the world's best 1v1 player), and Arteezy (the world's overall top player).

"This guy is scary", Dendi repeated during play as the bot whittled down his health. The bot learned to play the game only by playing against itself.

The OpenAI team now hope to build up a team of AI bots to take on the very best DOTA 2 teams in traditional 5v5 matches by next year. Greg Brockman, leader of the OpenAI Dota 2 team, said that in the early stages, the dueling Shadow Fiends just ran aimlessly around the map until they died.

Then, Brockman said, it was time to put the bot to the test at The International, which is Dota 2's world championship. A second round ended similarly, with Dendi surrendering after a few minutes.

"They're pretty terrible", one player said.

A video introduction for the bot showed various (human) Dota 2 players sharing their opinions on bots.

"Would like to express our appreciation to Microsoft for use of their Azure cloud computing platform", he wrote.

Dota 2 - OpenAI Blog

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