人 VS. 电脑



http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/science/rock-paper-scissors.html?hp?src=ISMR_AP_LO_MST_FB

通过这个剪刀石头布游戏去说明基本的人工智能,
计算机根据简单的规则和概率统计学推理法,模仿人类的行为,

你可能永远没有机会和沃森超级计算机进行对抗,
但你可以通过纽约时报的“石头剪刀布人机对抗”来测试自己是否比电脑还聪明,

五轮对抗之后,就可以看到电脑方是如何进行游戏思考的

Rock-Paper-Scissors: You vs. the Computer
Computers mimic human reasoning by building on simple rules and statistical averages. Test your strategy against the computer in this rock-paper-scissors game illustrating basic artificial intelligence. Choose from two different modes: novice, where the computer learns to play from scratch, and veteran, where the computer pits over 200,000 rounds of previous experience against you.

Note: A truly random game of rock-paper-scissors would result in a statistical tie with each player winning, tying and losing one-third of the time. However, people are not truly random and thus can be studied and analyzed. While this computer won’t win all rounds, over time it can exploit a person’s tendencies and patterns to gain an advantage over its opponent.

By GABRIEL DANCE and TOM JACKSON
Additional Production: Xaquín G.V. and Paul Lau/The New York Times
Historical game data courtesy of Shawn Bayern
VIA: NYTimes.com, YesKafei Daily

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