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Roulette AI future

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by CDN, May 27, 2020.

  1. CDN

    CDN Member

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    With the invention and development of deep learning and Artificial Intelligence algorithms/ neural networks, how long do you think we will be playing roulette?
    Isn't this the end of roulette/ any casino game for that matter? What do you guys think?
     
  2. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Reading Randomness is the end of Roulette. I've already delivered a simplified version of AI for double dozen bet selections. It's based on a poorer strategy of Reading Randomness. The current version, now based on singles on the weak side, alone is enough to build a specific test for validation. Anyone can program that. That sim would validate that waiting for singles on the weak side alone and only placing bets while that condition is occurring is enough to end Roulette. With hundreds of characteristics it's almost impossible to not find opportunities on a Roulette wheel in any 100 spin sequence. The same mechanism for identifying singles on the weak side can be used to isolate other conditions that are equally in a state of continuation. It's just a matter of writing millions of lines of code. Still it takes a skilled person with the knowledge of the Reading Randomness technique to write that code. If your mind is stuck in mathematical fallacies then it's impossible to write that code. It's like asking a plumber to do brain surgery.
     
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  3. steeefan2014

    steeefan2014 New Member

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    Why don't you talk to a programmer to do that for you? It might provide an extra income for you :) Just saying...
     
  4. gizmotron

    gizmotron Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    I'm that programmer that can do it. I just don't want to or need to. I have already proven to myself that I can program people. The work is already done. The real question to answer is "why." Why program an AI sim to prove that Reading Randomness works? I'm still having fun, once the casinos open back up that is. I'm just in that most vulnerable group. So I'm going to wait until they roll out a vaccine that has proven to work.
     
  5. steeefan2014

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    A vaccine won't help. There are many variations of the COVID and a vaccine treats/defends the body only for one of them. What's necessary is a treatment. Like... for flu.
    But, the best way to keep yourself healthy is to take care yourself.

    So, stay safe! :)

    PS: I got your point... reasonable one! :)
     
  6. CDN

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    Was looking a couple of days ago at an AI vs AI match of Hide and seek played under OpenAI conditions.
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    I guess a lot of trading bots do that already on the stock markets, surely the probability of one already written for roulette outcomes is >1.
    In 1769 the first steam-powered automobile capable of human transportation was built by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot. And that was only 251 years ago. Future generations(1-200 years from now) will look back at us trying to figure out "random" in 2020 same as we look at that car from 1769.
    Secrets are best kept like that, fun to watch that video nonetheless.
     
  7. Zhang Wei

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    The casinos would use AI against the players for sure.
    With the trend of digitalization, the casinos would be decashing sooner or later.
    When that happens, they would probably switch their business models to online casinos.
    I predict end of brick-and-motar casinos within a decade.

    Humans can never beat AI. So when the casinos go fully digitised, I would quit gambling altogether.
     
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  8. CDN

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    I am with you on this prediction. To anyone that has a winning system, now is the time to play. The great Kasparov won a couple of games against the Deep Blue computer, but we all know the end result. It will become simply impossible for the casinos to win against the Ai. There are already players that have done it. Machines perfect human imagination. A word of warning for both Casinos and players everywhere: change is coming so do not take the status quo of today's gambling as the absolute truth.
     
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  9. gizmotron

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    They do that now with online gambling. Some casinos already target players with lightning speed algorithms that cheat the players. Why wouldn't they. I have noticed more losing streaks than winning streaks during sessions. They have not written the algorithms with hard core obvious cheating yet. They just throw losing streaks into the mix in order to take out the progression players. Reading Randomness still works because it's based on a flat bets or a virtual bets.
     
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  10. Zhang Wei

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    Oh dear, what are the players suppose to do?
    Too late for players to program their own AI now.
    Old AI have advantage over new AI.
     

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