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Robot beats human at rock, paper, scissors. Every time.

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, June 28, 2012 0:08 EDT
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Robot beats human at rock, paper, scissors. Every time. (via The Christian Science Monitor)

It didn’t really come as a surprise when they started beating us at checkers. There are, after all, a finite number of possible configurations of pieces on the board (about 500 billion billion), each with an optimal move. Creating a computer program that could never lose at checkers really just came…

Watch the video below, originally uploaded to YouTube on June 25, 2012:

 
 
 
 
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