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This AI Can Bluff Better Than Humans, Wins Poker From Pros via @fossbytes14

The AI system named Pluribus was able to defeat 12 of the best Poker players in the popular six-player no-limit Texas Hold’em poker format.

Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2LOB4eh

Facebook now tells you where brands are getting your ad targeting data via @thenextweb

First off, the “Why am I seeing this ad?” section is about to get a lot more detailed. It will now share information about why you were targeted with a specific ad — including the interests or categories that matched you, and where that information came from, including data-brokers. You can also completely opt-out of all ads from a particular advertiser.

Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2XLJdYs

Geek of the Week: Researcher, writer, mom Amanda Sullivan pushes importance of STEM for young girls GeekWire via @kslosh

“In my upbringing, STEM had both an implicit and explicit air of masculinity around it, both at school and at home,” Sullivan said. “I made up for this lost time in college and grad school where I learned I could solder, assemble robots, and code.”

Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2l9ZSlL

 

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