lol hooray! now I have more reason to be afraid of synthetic intelligences.
try it, it works
6 9 5 veteran...
8 3 5 veteran. i just kept throwing scissors and it blew his fucking robot mind.
25-28-24 on veteran... the best technique is being random...
Beating the novice was easy, had 77% after 30 rounds. But, the veteran was a little trickier to beat, and was tied after 20 rounds, most games ended in ties, and I'm sure after that it'd kick my butt.
Still, pretty fun and a cool concept.
interesting and funny.
Think as a computer, see what it is thinking about your throwing sequences.
Does anyone not understand sample sizes? This "game" is all about recognizing usual patterns. It is the same logic that gives certain players advantages in actual ro sham bo tournaments
Artificial Intelligence computer that is learning how to beat you in rock-paper-scissors
19-15-16 after 50 rounds on novice. It was neck and neck for pretty much the entire series of games. Personally I think novice is harder once you go through enough rounds. Veteran is tainted by what the average joe thinks is random. By the way, don't bother reporting your score after only 10 rounds. Even 50 isn't enough to give the AI a good chance at predicting your behavior, and you need about 100 to be reasonably sure you didn't just get lucky.. It's like flipping a coin 10 times and getting 8 heads and 2 tails. You can either declare that you are awesome at coin flipping or assume that you got lucky. EDIT: 22-13-15 on Veteran. It was getting better near the end though.
Kicked the vet's ass.
16 - 14 vs veteran. Woot.