GAMES: TI 8 Champion OG takes on Open Ai this April
April 1, 2019 Victoria Luz
Despite their defeat last time, OpenAI is back for more! But now it will be against TI8 champions, OG. Can OG outsmart the ever-developing OpenAI?
This coming April 13, OpenAI will take on The Internation 2018 world champions OG this time. It will be a live event in Bay Area, San Francisco, and everyone is invited to witness another attempt of OpenAI to bust wide open in Dota 2.
OpenAI is an AI research company that aims to discover a safe artificial general intelligence in all aspects. The team spearheading the mission is based in San Francisco, California. And to ensure the success of their company, they hold live events against esports professional to test the AI they developed. It helps the AI to internalize and improve its process being driven by competence, scalability, and ability to enhance over time that esports games provide.
Dota 2 has been a popular testing ground for OpenAI. In the past, OpenAi took on Dota players twice, winning at first then losing on the second attempt. But even after the crushing defeat, the company will challenge the TI8 champions, OG to test out their new changes. And with Ana back in OG, this will surely be a fight between one of the greatest teams in Dota 2 history and the ever-adaptive computer intelligence.
The same rules will apply in the match. This means that only a select few heroes will be available for drafting. Capitalist, ODPixel, Blitz, and Sheever will be present at the event. The game will be broadcasted live in Twitch. The company encourages fans to attend and witness the match live.
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