Last Updated on July 20, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): John Bica
Originally published on Towards AI.
A data-focused strategy you can use to pick numbers in the Yotta lottery
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Lotteries are supposed to be based on probability and randomness. You can pick your lucky numbers but they don’t really matter. Your chances of winning should be the same as if you had let a monkey pick them for you. It is more of a psychological phenomenon so that when you do randomly win, you can accredit it to your “lucky” numbers and thus seal your confirmation bias.
But what if there’s a way to still pick those lucky numbers that may be better than random selection? Not based on specific feelings or your birth date,… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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