Saturday, 30 June 2012


Scientists at the Ishikawa Lab at Tokyo University have developed a robot that will always win at rock-paper-scissors.

"Unlike a human player, this robot comes equipped a high-speed camera that allows it recognize the shape of your hand a millisecond before it plays its winning hand. That single millisecond is imperceptible to a human, but to the robot, it’s all the time it needs to win 100 percent of the time."
Read more about the "human-machine co-operation system"

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