trial and error countingMade with Python
This isn't machine learning or AI. This is a program that attempts to guess a string of 10 numbers to correctly order 1-10. It bounces this string off a correct one, and keeps the numbers it gets right. It randomizes the rest. Essentially, the computer plays 10 die yahtzee with infinite rolls while trying to get a 10 in a row. It's impossible to make a program like this machine learning since there is only 1 data point. You can't plot a graph with only an x axis. That's a line.Recent comments (203)WyattStevensLA08276 months ago
Nice Program! I wish I knew any python to be able to code something like this XD. the last time I coded python was in coders club back in 4th grade (I am a freshman now) and that was mainly on the raspberry pi and I don't remember any of it XD. (Yes I understand it isn't AI, but I still think this is cool lol. u get a like from me)HyrumOveson8 months ago
I agreeAaron-Shalom8 months ago
It's sort of like wordle but it counts from 1-10.TyceBrown8 months ago
This is not "learning": the program already knows the correct way to count to ten and is simply generating random numbers until it reaches the result it already knows. Ah, well. Nothing wrong with your program, I guess, but certainly not very good either.HackermonDev8 months ago
This isn't even an AI project. You're just regenerating numbers with Python's random number module until you get the right order. And like @RahulChoubey1 pointed out, you don't even use the
numpymodule (which you imported for no reason)Jerje8 months ago
Thanks for all your information cool workSpencerLyons28 months ago
This could work great with a self-learning AI! I'd love to see that.VictoriaSun38 months ago
I was the 200th like! Pretty cool!Pasta778 months ago
this is pretty cool!RahulChoubey18 months ago
Maybe it still will sometimes make a mistake even after getting it right, but not often...?
After all, we all make mistakes.