[ExI] AI poker

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 20:12:30 UTC 2017

> I am confident no one has been able to write code to read tells because we
> humans don’t know how we humans read tells.
> Another example of it is how a human can listen to a French horn and a
> saxophone play a duet, then write out the score, even getting the key
> signature right.  Not on the first try of course, but I can do that if I
> can play it several times.  With all our sophisticated Fourier analysis and
> all our computer whiz-bangery, we are nowhere close to even that.  Reason:
> we don’t yet know how our minds can do that task.  But I can assure you, it
> can do it, and I can demonstrate it.
> spike

​Huh?  Whataya mean we don't know how players read tells?  I'll bet if you
ask them they can explain just what Joe did that they read as a bluff and
they were right.  Are you saying they just have vague feelings but don't
know what they are basing them on?

Also - what's the big deal about music transcription​?  I'll even bet that
some of the really big music composition programs can be fed music and
transcribe it into the score.

(a quick google search) -
The Best Music Notation Software of 2017 | Top Ten Reviews


You can plug your MIDI controller into your computer, and as you play
notes, the software will add notes to the sheet music, creating sheet music as
you play.

​Or is this something different from what you are talking about?

bill w​

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