In the live Shadow Fiend mirror match against Dendi, the bot executed an impossibly flawless creep block, perfectly balanced creep aggro, and even recognized and cancelled Dendi's healing items.
The bot which had been playing with several players in the world both amateurs and professionals, today faced the Dendi (one of the leaders in Dota 2) at the main stage of The International (annual Dota 2 tournament). After the AI quickly got the first kill in the second round, the human player gave up and forfeited the rest of the match.
In fairness, the website admits the bot was built "in collaboration with Valve" so it's possible they had a little insider knowledge, even if the creators insist the bot has the same actions per minutes (APM) as an average player. Right now, the company had just developed one single bot.
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.
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A total solar eclipse is a rare educational experience that doesn't cost anything, and that kids won't likely soon forget. Even if you are not in the direct line of the eclipse, you might still want to head outside to see a partial eclipse.