Over the past few years, bogus intelligence analysis firm OpenAI has been hard at work training its bots to play a range of games like Chess, Go, and more circuitous ones like . It’s gotten clumsily good at all of them, and if you’ve got MOBA chops, you can now test your skills adjoin its AI system in a round of .

The company’s Five – a team of neural networks that have been accomplished on a aggregate 45,000 years of gameplay – just defeated a world best e-sports team called Team OG in San Francisco last week.

That represents a awe-inspiring accomplishment in designing a system that can upskill itself with a address called deep accretion learning, wherein a bot isn’t taught how to play, but rather how to learn to master the game by addition out which of its accomplishments bring rewards. The abiding goal is to better accept these systems and apply them to other fields, like robotics.

The Verge letters that the team behind OpenAI Five is wrapping up public demonstrations of the system’s capabilities, and is moving on to architecture software to allow humans to coact with the neural networks in the game. But before that, it’s aperture up a belvedere called Arena to let you take on Five later this week.

If you want to test your skills, you’ll need to free up some time starting April 18 at 9PM ET/6PM PT; Arena will be open for three days, and you’ll have to annals here with a Steam annual to participate. You can choose from aggressive 5-on-5, co-op with friends, and single player co-op modes. If you want to stand a chance at taking Five down, you’d better start practicing right away.

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