Code Bullet claims in this demo video, "I was able to create what I believe to be a perfect minesweeper player."
As he's quick to point out, a "perfect" AI still relies on luck, because even a perfect player can end up with a 50% chance of losing. In other words, the first few moves are inevitably random, during which it's possible to run into some bad luck. It seems there would be some interesting math around the point at which it becomes no longer random and a win becomes a 100% probability.
• I created a PERFECT minesweeper AI (YouTube / Code Bullet)
Circuitmess's fully funded Makerphone kickstarter is raising money to produce open source hardware smartphone kits to teach kids (and grownups) everything from soldering to programming.
The new parental controls in Ios 12 have all the same problems that all parental controls have: they overblock legit material (with a bias for sex-ed, especially sex-ed targeted at girls and queer kids, including Teen Vogue) and underblock all kinds of other material (neo-Nazi publications like The Daily Stormer and Reddit's pornographic /r/Gonewild are […]
A kindergarten and first grade football time in Morrow, Ohio is holding a gun raffle to raise travel money for tournaments. They’ve already sold 500 tickets. The winners, 21 years or older, will receive either a handgun or HM Guardian F5 Elite. Apparently, gun raffles to support kids sports and schools isn’t uncommon. From WLWT: […]
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Multinational companies have used the no-nonsense methodologies of Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma to oil a smooth-running operation for years. What is it? Six Sigma (and its offshoot, Lean Six Sigma) apply the principles of science to business, teaching managers to methodically target waste, maximize output and streamline the flow from producer to consumer. […]