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cheap nfl jerseys Computer learns how to make its own magic tricksA computer has used artificial intelligence to come up with its own magic tricks for humans to perform15:18, 17 NOV 2014Updated16:13, 17 NOV 2014Hands of Magician (Photo: Getty) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAnother day, another human profession threatened by the inevitable robot uprising. This time, it's magicians in the firing line.A computer has been taught how to make its own magic tricks using artificial intelligence (AI).Scientists fed a computer program with information about how certain types of tricks work a magic jigsaw puzzle and a mind reading card trick and also gave it information about how humans understand magic tricks.These magic tricks are the type that use mathematical techniques rather than sleight of hand or other theatrics.The computer program then created its own completely new variations of those tricks using complex maths and algorithms. The tricks can, however, still be performed by humans.The work could make tricks easier for budding magicians, but researchers also believe their work could benefit future medical science.One trick involves assembling a jigsaw to show a series of shapes, then taking apart and putting it back together again so that certain shapes disappear, caused by a clever principle of geometry.The trick relies on several factors coming into play simultaneously, such as the size of the puzzle, the number of pieces involved, the number of shapes that appear and disappear and the ways that the puzzle can be arranged.A second "mind reading" trick involves identifying a card that has been selected from a deck using a few seemingly innocuous pieces of information from the audience and using a mobile phone application to reveal the card on the phone's screen.The computer program was used to arrange the decks in such a way that a specific card could be identified with the least amount of information possible.It identified arrangements for the deck that, on average, required one less question to be asked before the card was identified than using traditional methods, with the app avoiding the magician having to remember the order of the cards.He said: "Computer intelligence can process much larger amounts of information and run through all the possible outcomes in a way that is almost impossible for a person to do on their own."So while a member of the audience might have seen a variation on this trick before, the AI can now use psychological and mathematical principles to create lots of different versions and keep audiences guessing."He said that the findings of the research, around people's psychological "deception", could in future inform designs for medical devices to help eradicate any possibilities of deception and make them "foolproof" for those using them.Professor Peter McOwan, who also worked on the project, added: "Using AI to create magic tricks is a great way to demonstrate the possibilities of computer intelligence and it also forms a part of our research in to the psychology of being a spectator cheap nfl jerseys.

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