> The system's creators said it is as accurate as a trained psychologist and can
> capture and identify subliminal expressions that pass over a face momentarily,
> before a "posed" expression is consciously assumed. That makes the technology
> potentially applicable as a lie detector.
Despite their success in chess, nobody has yet made a computer that can come anywhere close to even a moderately good human in poker. Sounds like this bulwark of human skill is falling too. (For those of you who believe that poker is a game of chance, please bring your money to Sacramento and I will demonstrate otherwise:-)
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