‘No one had seen anything like it’: how video game Pong changed the world

Found 13 days ago at Guardian

The game – a 2D version of table tennis where players control a rectangle “paddle”, moving it up and down to rally a ball – ran in the background, wired up to the DishBrain. Electrical stimulations were fed into the cells to represent the placement of the paddle and feedback was pinged when the ball was hit or missed. The scientists then measured the DishBrains response, observing that it expended...

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