Is this legal? The robot collects the Rubik's cube in 0.38 seconds

In   the time of one of   recent interview with the creator of Alibaba and   one of   the richest people in China Jack Ma   touched on the topic of school education and   her   commitment to learning knowledge. According to Jack, people stupidly compete with   robots   - robots are capable of faster and   perform any specific tasks more effectively, and   man is created to create.

Is this legal? The robot collects the Rubik's cube in 0.38 seconds

In   the time of one of   recent interview with the creator of Alibaba and   one of   the richest people in China Jack Ma   touched on the topic of school education and   her   commitment to learning knowledge. According to Jack, people stupidly compete with   robots   - robots are capable of faster and   perform any specific tasks more effectively, and   man is created to create.

Looking at   how the robot Sub1 Reloaded collects the Rubik's cube, with   Jack Ma   it's hard not   agree. On   everything about everything at   robot takes only a third of a second. 0.38, to be precise. For comparison, a person's world record for   The speedy picking up of the cube is 4.69 seconds. It looks like this: the cube is dismantled, then the casing, and   he   assembled. I'm not sure how practical this development is, but this robot could earn a lot of money by entertaining tourists somewhere in Florida.

As the creator of the robot notes, Sub1 Reloaded can even faster if its motor is replaced by   more powerful. True, and   from   the current engine he   sometimes it is too sharp   - on   The developer's site has a separate video devoted to broken cubes.

Source: BBC

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