Tuomas Sandholm is a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University.
Sandholm’s mother, Leena, was a dentist specializing in periodontology and researcher who also ran a dental clinic.In 1996, Sandholm earned his Ph.D. in computer science.In 2001, Sandholm joined CMU, where he works at the convergence of AI, economics and operations research.Starting in 2004 at Carnegie Mellon University, Sandholm began studying abstract algorithms for sequential imperfect information games.
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Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University Tuomas Sandholm and PhD student Noam Brown developed Libratus. “The best AI’s ability to do strategic reasoning with imperfect information has now surpassed that of the best humans,” said Tuomas Sandholm, a professor of computer science at CMU. After play finished each day, a meta-algorithm would analyse the holes the players had identified in its own strategy. “It then prioritized the holes and algorithmically patched the top three using the supercomputer each night,” Sandholm added.