Chess-playing robot smashes rival boy’s finger at Moscow Open – India Times Hindi News

Picture Supplies: File Photo The child performed the next day, completing the program in a lattice, and volunteers helped to report the attacks.

In a strange incident, a chess-playing robot broke the finger of a child participant in the Moscow Chess Open held last week. In response to the president of the Moscow Chess Federation, the victim completes the program in a lattice, studies the Tas information company.

“The robot broke the child’s finger – after all, it is dangerous. The robot was hired by us, it has been demonstrated in many places, for a long time, together with specialists, ”the report said to Lazarev. Obviously, the operators ignored this.

Video of the July 19 incident was revealed by the Baja Telegram channel, in which the boy’s finger was held by the robot’s hand for a few seconds before three men came inside, freed her and carried her away from an adopted woman. The pinning was confirmed, the study parent.

The child performed the next day, completing the program in a lattice, and volunteers helped to report the attacks. According to the report, the parents want to take action against the government by contacting the prosecutor’s office.

“Robot operators should, apparently, consider strengthening protections so that this example does not happen again,” the report said.

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