During a chess game in Moscow, a robot accidentally fractured a 7-year-old boy’s finger, according to the Russian news agency TASS.
According to Sergei Lazarev, president of the Moscow Chess Federation, “the robot broke the child’s finger.” Of course this is a negative thing.
The teenage chess player didn’t allow the robot enough time to respond when making a move on the board during a game at the Moscow Chess Open last Thursday, according to Sergei Lazarev, president of the Moscow Chess Federation. Then the robot fractured his finger by grabbing it.
The child’s finger was broken by the robot, Lazarev claimed. Of course this is a negative thing.
The young boy returned to finish despite his wound.
The volunteers helped to record the chess moves, and the boy played the very following day and ended the tournament in a cast, according to Lazarev.
He stated that the federation has “nothing to do” with the programming or functioning of the robot but that the organisation had rented the robot multiple times before without incident.
He remarked, “It appears the robot operators will have to consider improving safeguards so that this issue does not again.
People can be seen rushing in after the robot is shown pinching the child’s index finger in video from the Russian news site Baza’s Telegram channel.
During its match against the little child, the was up against two other young opponents, according to Baza.