Rock, Paper, Scissors Game
It’s been over a year since I’ve done any serious programming. And since it was an annual goal to put together an online portfolio, and since I was raised on the maxim of “show don’t tell”, I figure the best way to demonstrate machine learning skill is with interactive web applications.
To build up momentum, I started small. As small as I could. A Rock, Paper, Scissors game. This project should map reasonably well towards ML web apps for three specific reasons
- It takes in user input
- Feeds that input through a function
- Displays the output
The largest difference between this and a simple machine learning application is that Rock, Paper, Scissors is deterministic (rock always beats scissors), where an ML app is probabilistic.