This is pretty stupid, but scientists at the University of Tokyo wanted to create a robot to demonstrate human-machine cooperation systems . . . whatever that means.
So they built a robotic hand that plays rock-paper-scissors with you . . . and wins EVERY TIME.
The robot has high-speed vision that can detect human hand shapes and movements, and can make super-fast decisions about what to throw . . . rock, paper, or scissors.
Watch the video here: