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Victor Ribeiro
Victor Ribeiro

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Can a neural network predict your next move on a game of rock, paper and scissors?

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Can a neural network predict your next move on a game of rock, paper and scissors? That's what my last experiment is trying to answer.

It works by storing your last moves and trying to predict your next ones.

The experiment is in JavaScript and can be played on browser.

Play it here

See the code here

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Phil Ashby

Nice - exploiting human biases to always operate with patterns :)

I wonder how it does against a random selector?

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Victor Ribeiro

A person on reddit wrote a simple script to play it random 200 times. The neural net won every time, apparently.

reddit.com/r/javascript/comments/b...

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