It looks like the New York Times has created a game that uses artificial intelligence to outsmart you. It uses a simple game called Rock, Paper, Scissors which is pretty much known by everyone on the planet by now.
Very interesting, but in the same time you can fool the computer as well ...
lol There is a tactic to RPS that works only in real life. I use it all the time to beat my nephews. Anyways, when you swing your arm down, hold back a split second so when your opponent releases his hand and shows either rock/paper/scissors you can counter it by swinging down with something that will defeat your opponent's play and they won't notice because it's just a little bit of lag :P it looks legit. Try it. Works for me every time.
yes you can fool the computer which is apart of human intelligence. why would a computer logically compute to cheat if it was never programed to do so. once you add in every emotion logic and reason that a human has then maybe a computer can start to scare us. sorry that my comment is off topic but i just wanted to put it out there. and now i am on a quest on veteran mode. ** after 10 rounds i managed to get 3 wins on veteran :D 2 ties and the rest losses.
I played on Veteran, first to 10. Got 3 wrong to start with but I finished: 10 Wins 5 Ties 5 Loses Its about being random, and also patterns. Humans don't understand randomness that much and tend to overcomplicate things that should not require thinking.
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