The machine uprising began - the robot didn't like the rush and broke a chess player's finger at a tournament in Moscow
At the chess tournament Moscow Chess Open in Moscow there was an unusual incident involving a robot Chessrobot.
What is known
As it turned out, the robotic device does not like a rush. Chessrobot "ate" an opponent's piece. However, the 7-year-old chess player was in a hurry and decided to make his move when the robot had not yet put his piece on the board.
Chessrobot did not like this behavior of his opponent. The robot grabbed the young chess player's finger and broke it. Surrounding people helped pull his finger out of the robotic grip.
The Chess Federation has already had time to disavow Chessrobot. The president of the organization said that the robot had been rented. He recommended the creators of the device to improve its protection and said that the parents of the young chess player promised to contact the prosecutor's office.
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