Chess robot breaks child’s finger after premature move
A robot went rogue at a Moscow chess tournament and broke a kid’s finger after he made a move prematurely.
The robot, which uses AI to play three chess games at once, grabbed and pinched the child’s finger. Unfortunately, despite several people rushing to help, the robot broke the kid’s finger:
According to Moscow Chess Federation VP Sergey Smagin, the robot has been used for 15 years and this is the first time such an incident has occurred.