This robot can now solve a Rubik's cube with one hand


Once again, a robot can do something I cannot do. Researchers at the artificial intelligence lab OpenAI just revealed that its humanoid robotic hand can solve a Rubik's cube. The researchers utilized a pair of neural networks to make it happen. The team has been working on this project, named Dactyl, since the middle of 2017, and they felt showing their robotic hand could solve a Rubik's cube would show it had adequate dexterity. It can now solve the cube about 60 percent of the time.

Duplicate Docs Excel Report

None found

Similar Docs  Excel Report  more

None found