The artificial intelligence concept is widely being implemented today, especially in computer and internet related fields. The idea is to create an intelligent computer software. This means that the computer systems will not only process and analyse information, but it will also accomplish intellectual tasks, distinguishing it from other computer programs normally used today.

AI has evolved into many things, since the first time it was used in a roulette game in 1961, and applied in a checkers game one year later. Now, AI software has been developed so as to allow computer mainframes to learn and improve its skills by playing a game. Thus, a lot of other AI ideas were born out of that experience. Using games between man and machine, to demonstrate the possibility of machines gaining intelligence, have been tested and proven successful in games like poker. AI software was able to defeat top-ranked players and professionals in a game series hosted in China. AI has also managed to beat top-ranked chess players. Recently, the international champion of a very complex Chinese game, Go, had to face defeat against an AI developed by DeepMind, owned by Google/Alphabet.

However, lately, there has been a remarkable progress in applying a more biological approach to AI development, like using natural evolutionary algorithms, in the place of biological neural nets, which can result in intellectual activities.

AI platforms, for online casinos, are also being launched in the market. AI innovations have been effective in several areas of the business. New companies are coming up new innovations, that have been effectual in just a short time. Some of the main tasks of the new software include;

  • Track player’s actions and gambling behaviour
  • Identifying potential needs of the user
  • Cognitive in poker games
  • Retaining regular players
  • Scientific purposes
  • Educational purposes

Researchers have also gone into researching deeply on AI’s potentials for controlling gambling addiction after studies conducted at the University of London showed that a system, that is based on AI, allows them to detect pathological addiction before it transforms into a real addiction.