Japan Develops Robot That Can’t Be Beaten at Janken

Posted on July 9, 2012

Luck is definitely not on your side when playing Janken (じゃんけん) with this robot.

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Scientists from the University of Tokyo invented this unbeatable robot, which sensors the opponent’s hand shape (rock, paper, or scissors) before making its own shape.

With only a one-millisecond analysis, this robot’s method of cheating is hardly noticeable to the human eye.

Wanna try playing against it?

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