To create an AI-controlled Tic Tac Toe game in MATLAB where the player can never win, we can use the minimax algorithm. This algorithm chooses the best possible move for the AI to make, assuming that the player will also make their best possible move.

Here is an example of how the minimax algorithm can be used to build an unbeatable AI for a 3x3 Tic Tac Toe game in MATLAB:

```
function [row, col] = findBestMove(board)
bestScore = -Inf;
moveRow = 0;
moveCol = 0;
% Check each possible move
for i = 1:3
for j = 1:3
% Check if the cell is empty
if board(i,j) == "-"
% Make the move
board(i,j) = "O";
% Calculate the score for this move
score = minimax(board, false);
% Undo the move
board(i,j) = "-";
% Update best score and move
if score > bestScore
bestScore = score;
moveRow = i;
moveCol = j;
end
end
end
end
% Return the best move
row = moveRow;
col = moveCol;
end
function score = minimax(board, isMaximizing)
% Check if game is over
[gameOver, winner] = checkGameOver(board);
if gameOver
% Return score based on winner
if winner == "O"
score = 1;
elseif winner == "X"
score = -1;
else
score = 0;
end
return
end
% Get the scores of all possible moves
if isMaximizing
bestScore = -Inf;
for i = 1:3
for j = 1:3
% Check if the cell is empty
if board(i,j) == "-"
% Make the move
board(i,j) = "O";
% Calculate the score for this move
score = minimax(board, false);
% Undo the move
board(i,j) = "-";
% Update best score
bestScore = max(bestScore, score);
end
end
end
score = bestScore;
else
bestScore = Inf;
for i = 1:3
for j = 1:3
% Check if the cell is empty
if board(i,j) == "-"
% Make the move
board(i,j) = "X";
% Calculate the score for this move
score = minimax(board, true);
% Undo the move
board(i,j) = "-";
% Update best score
bestScore = min(bestScore, score);
end
end
end
score = bestScore;
end
end
function [gameOver, winner] = checkGameOver(board)
% Check rows
for i = 1:3
if board(i,1) == board(i,2) && board(i,2) == board(i,3) && board(i,1) ~= "-"
gameOver = true;
winner = board(i,1);
return
end
end
% Check columns
for j = 1:3
if board(1,j) == board(2,j) && board(2,j) == board(3,j) && board(1,j) ~= "-"
gameOver = true;
winner = board(1,j);
return
end
end
% Check diagonals
if board(1,1) == board(2,2) && board(2,2) == board(3,3) && board(1,1) ~= "-"
gameOver = true;
winner = board(1,1);
return
end
if board(1,3) == board(2,2) && board(2,2) == board(3,1) && board(1,3) ~= "-"
gameOver = true;
winner = board(1,3);
return
end
% Check if board is full
if any(board == "-")
gameOver = false;
winner = "-";
else
gameOver = true;
winner = "-";
end
end
function player = switchPlayer(player)
if player == "O"
player = "X";
else
player = "O";
end
end
function [row, col] = getPlayerMove(board)
validMove = false;
while ~validMove
% Prompt user for move
row = input("Enter the row index:");
col = input("Enter the column index:");
% Check if move is valid
if board(row, col) == "-"
validMove = true;
else
disp("Invalid move. Try again.");
end
end
end
```

Overall, this implementation should result in an unbeatable AI-controlled Tic Tac Toe game in MATLAB.