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Perfect play in information incomplete games

This may be an evolving answer, because the question is, in some sense, a (useful) rabbit hole. I apologize if I don't go deeply into meta-games per se, as it's a little outside of my scope, which is ...
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Perfect play in information incomplete games

This second answer attempts to address perfect play in relation to incomplete information specifically. An element in the difficulty in answering this question may be that the concept of perfect play ...
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Can ML/AI understand incomplete constructs like humans?

Here is a glimpse for you. Basing on what the second paragraph says; In humans when we start seeing a movie halfway through, we still understand the entire movie (although this might be attributed ...
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Can ML/AI understand incomplete constructs like humans?

I believe that an AI can understand much more of a movie than we do. As you said, sometimes a detail at the beginning of the movie is the key to understanding the final outcome. The problem is that ...
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Perfect play in information incomplete games

It depends on the game. In zero sum non cooperative games yes, there's always a GTO strategy. The easiest example is Rock, Paper, Scissors, where playing 1/3 of each randomly would be the only ...
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